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Everywoman Global Summit 2022: Experts Discuss How to Retain Talented Mothers in the Workforce

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The 2022 edition of the Everywoman Global Summit was held recently in November and brought together more than 1,500 delegates, including senior women leaders, rising stars and allies from a broad range of industries across all major continents to share global best practice in gender diversity and inclusion.

Launched in 2021, the online summit enabled corporates to upskill all parts of their business to help them achieve their gender diversity and inclusion goals.

Marya Shakil, Political Editor and senior anchor at CNN-News18, moderated the panel ‘How can leaders make it easier for talented mothers to remain in the workplace’, during the summit’s India Focus days. Marya was joined by Kavita Lahkani, National President, PR & Digital Marketing Council at Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Wendy Naidoo, HR Country Head at Munich Re and Aruna Vaz, Deputy Head – Enterprise Risk Management at Aster DM Healthcare.

Women in India now have six months of maternity leave. However, for many, balancing their household work with their career remains a struggle. The panel explored what organisations can do to support working mothers and what mothers have done to improve the balance in their lives.

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