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Uncover the challenges faced by women leaders during the recession and workforce crisis. Learn how they tackle issues like inequality, prejudice, and work-life balance disruption while managing teams in turbulent times.
For this report, we’ve surveyed over 150 women in managerial positions, such as Head of People, Team Lead, VP, and Senior Manager.
We analyzed the experiences and challenges they faced while leading their teams through the recession and workforce crisis.
This comprehensive report offers valuable insights and data to help companies effectively develop strategies and support systems to address these challenges.
Inequality and prejudice are deeply ingrained in daily work communications and are the challenges women must overcome daily.
Our survey indicates that these problems contribute to overall stress and exhaustion and negatively impact women’s well-being.
Besides personal challenges, women leaders strive to overcome mounting pressure and stress caused by layoffs, decreased motivation, and problems in communication.
Half of the surveyed teams experienced layoffs, increasing pressure and workload on managers. Additionally, around 40% of teams are concerned about potential layoffs.
Amid an evolving work landscape, companies' role in monitoring and bolstering employee mental health is becoming increasingly significant. Despite this growing need, not all companies take these concerns seriously.
Summarizing these insights, we can conclude that women leaders will experience mounting pressure in the upcoming years due to the pre-existing workplace stigma and ongoing economic uncertainty.
The existing programs to support employees’ mental health have proved ineffective, and expectations will only rise as we move further into recession.
In these circumstances, there is a pressing need for a better way to support mental health: flexible, personalized, and budget-conscious.
At Calmerry, we provide reliable and consistent mental health support, partnering with organizations to enhance employee well-being. Our licensed mental health professionals are experts in addressing work-related problems such as anxiety, stress, and burnout.
Book a 30-min demo call with us to learn more about our B2B offering and how Calmerry can help take the pressure off your team through flexible, customizable, and holistic therapy.