WHY ARE MORE WOMEN BECOMING ENTREPRENEURS? AND IS IT WORTH IT?

October 26, 2021

by Areva Martin, Esq.

The pandemic and its ripple effects woke up many people to the fact that they weren’t as happy as they’d thought in their jobs. They discovered there were things missing in their corporate environment, from support and flexibility to trust and autonomy.

For one friend in particular, the knowledge hit like a hammer when her company installed Big Brother-like software on employees’ computers, so their activity could be monitored and measured as they worked from home. She felt judged and intimidated just stepping away for a bathroom break. Despite being a high performer with a great track record, she found that her company had very little trust in her.

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