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Mother's Day 2023: Working mothers are still struggling; here’s how employers can support them


Updated on: 16 May,2023 12:42 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Ainie Rizvi |

Lack of creche facilities, absence of pay parity, and being micro-managed are some factors why mothers are dropping out of workforce. On Mother's Day 2023, we delve into solutions to secure their rights at the workplace

A recent survey conducted by LinkedIn revealed that 31 per cent Indian working mothers were providing full-time childcare in comparison to 17 per cent working fathers. Image for representational purposes only. Photo Courtesy: Istock

Meena Kotwal, a Dalit journalist from New Delhi, turned heads when she marched alongside Rahul Gandhi with a mic in one hand and her baby in another. The young mother did not waver as she kept pace with Gandhi while interviewing him on ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. Her spirit was celebrated on Twitter and her conduct was endorsed as ‘An absolute vision’ for young working mothers at work.

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