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10.5% of women in leadership are leaving their jobs — the highest rate in the last five years.
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For every woman promoted to the director level, two women at that level are leaving.
Nearly 2 in 5 executive women considered leaving the workforce entirely in 2022.
A mass exodus of working women is happening, and we know why. #MakeWorkWork aims to amplify the conversation around women in the workforce and the policies needed to retain them.
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What makes work work for you? We invite working women to share stories of the benefits that make a meaningful impact on their professional well-being.
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Companies Leading the Way
Here are a few that have signed on to #MakeWorkWork for their teams.
Chief drives women into power — and keeps them there
Chief is a private network designed to #MakeWorkWork for the most powerful women executives.
We connect and support 20,000 leaders, giving them the knowledge and community to achieve their professional goals.
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Take the first step to joining the most powerful network of executive women.

To be considered, applicants must:

Be a C-level executive, an accomplished VP, or hold an equivalent executive leadership role within their organization
Have an established career with 15+ years of experience
Demonstrate a history of on-the-job impact and a commitment to supporting others along the way
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