without reforms, robots could replace more women in the workplace

May 12, 2017

Well before the rise of the machines, the percentage of women in the U.S. workforce began its decline. But, with women underrepresented in STEM fields, they’re set to be more gravely impacted by increased automation in the workplace. What steps can human capital leaders take to support greater talent diversity and the advancement of women?

In her article on Morning Consult, Randstad Sourceright CEO, Rebecca Henderson provides insights on this forecast and outlines ways that humans can ensure robots help us confront some of our longstanding gender issues.

Access the article here.

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