The COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath is forcing companies to rethink everything about talent retention and recruitment, including the unique needs of women in the workforce.

50% of working women in Wisconsin are thinking about quitting their jobs. That’s according to new research from Milwaukee’s Kane Communications Group.

The data comes from surveys of 980 working women in Wisconsin. 29% of Hispanic/Latina women did leave their jobs because they felt undervalued, a rate six times higher than any other racial or ethnic group. And the report underlines that access to childcare is a major issue for moms everywhere. 81% said they have jobs that offer no child care support.

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