Understanding Employers' Attitudes Towards Women Returning to Work

This study conducted by specialist recruitment consultancy Robert Walters finds that 65% of women in Asia have gone on a career break for maternity leave, study break or to take care of children or aging parent.

It also found that these women professionals then face difficulties when they return to the job market. Almost half of hiring managers surveyed (46%) have not employed any returning women in the past year -- despite another finding that 88% of Southeast Asia employers are experiencing talent shortages.


Download Now

Suggested Articles

Some of you might have already been aware of the news that Questex—with the aim to focus on event business—will shut down permanently all media brands in Asia…

Some advice for transitioning into an advisory role

Global risks are intensifying but the collective will to tackle them appears to be lacking. Check out this report for areas of concern