Attracting workers into science and technology fields could be hampered by work-life integration issues according to a recent international survey. Drawing data from 4,225 publishing scientists and researchers worldwide, the Association for Women in Science finds that lack of flexibility in the workplace, dissatisfaction with career development opportunities, and low salaries are driving both men and women to re-consider their profession.
Walk away from this webinar with answers to these questions:
• What can leaders do to create a climate that embraces the whole person – both at work and away from work?
• What do scientists say would help them to achieve the appropriate balances between work and life “away from work”?
• What workplace practices can ensure a robust science workforce for the future?