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Flexible Working Mums             1100 locations | 500 cities | 85 countriesPresented by: Name | Date: Date
OverviewAre businesses actively recruitmothers returning to work?Does the treatment of workingmothers vary across countrie...
ReportThe Regus Report on flexible workingmums includes data from 11,000business respondents across theglobe
Working mumsNearly half of the globalbusiness population (44%)anticipates hiring more part-time mothers returning to worki...
Returning Mothers around the WorldBusinesses expecting to hire more returning mothers over the next two years
Returning Mothers around the WorldAustralia, Mexico, SouthAfrica and China all haveabove-average intentionswith regard to ...
A lesson from IndiaIndian businesses by far intendto make the most use ofmothers returning to part-timework over the next ...
Size of companyOn the global level, size of companyseems to have little impact on firms’intentions to take on more returni...
Working mumsHowever, the treatment ofmothers in the workforcevaries significantly acrossgeographies, indicating thatthere ...
Does work sector affect recruitment?While 44% to 47% of businessesin most sectors intend to hiremore returning mothers, th...
Stay-at-home dadsThe number of men who stay at hometo look after their kids has risen 80% in15 yearsWhile the growth is ma...
Flexible Workplace Solutions                                      Drop in            Hot-desk                 business    ...
FlexibilityFlexibility in the workplace pavesthe way for working mothers tobe more productive and lessstressed at work.The...
Final thoughtsAre businesses actively recruitmothers returning to work?Does the treatment of workingmothers vary across co...
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Flexible Working Mums

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Flexible Working Mums

  1. 1. Flexible Working Mums 1100 locations | 500 cities | 85 countriesPresented by: Name | Date: Date
  2. 2. OverviewAre businesses actively recruitmothers returning to work?Does the treatment of workingmothers vary across countries?Do flexible workplace solutionsattract the best talent?
  3. 3. ReportThe Regus Report on flexible workingmums includes data from 11,000business respondents across theglobe
  4. 4. Working mumsNearly half of the globalbusiness population (44%)anticipates hiring more part-time mothers returning to workin the next two years
  5. 5. Returning Mothers around the WorldBusinesses expecting to hire more returning mothers over the next two years
  6. 6. Returning Mothers around the WorldAustralia, Mexico, SouthAfrica and China all haveabove-average intentionswith regard to hiringBusinesses in Scandinaviaanticipate hiring the smallestnumber over the next twoyears
  7. 7. A lesson from IndiaIndian businesses by far intendto make the most use ofmothers returning to part-timework over the next two years.Are business leadersrecognising that catering tomothers returning frommaternity leave leads toincreased productivity andprofitability?
  8. 8. Size of companyOn the global level, size of companyseems to have little impact on firms’intentions to take on more returningmothers in 2010 and 2011.
  9. 9. Working mumsHowever, the treatment ofmothers in the workforcevaries significantly acrossgeographies, indicating thatthere is much progress to bemade with regard to easingthe transition back to work
  10. 10. Does work sector affect recruitment?While 44% to 47% of businessesin most sectors intend to hiremore returning mothers, themale-dominated ICT sector hasnotably below-average hiringintentions (39%)
  11. 11. Stay-at-home dadsThe number of men who stay at hometo look after their kids has risen 80% in15 yearsWhile the growth is massive, theirnumbers are still dwarfed by thenumber of stay-at-home mums
  12. 12. Flexible Workplace Solutions Drop in Hot-desk business facilities Flexible Home meeting rooms Third Space
  13. 13. FlexibilityFlexibility in the workplace pavesthe way for working mothers tobe more productive and lessstressed at work.Thereby contributing to economicrecovery
  14. 14. Final thoughtsAre businesses actively recruitmothers returning to work?Does the treatment of workingmothers vary across countries?Do flexible workplace solutionsattract the best talent?

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