These Are the Best and Worst States for Working Moms, According to New Studies

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May 6, 2024 –  In a Parents article about two studies that found which states are the best and worst for working moms, Priya Krishnan, Chief Digital and Transformation Officer at Bright Horizons shares what working moms need to feel supported. 

There is a silver lining when it comes to the state of work-life balance, though. “We have seen positive changes since the pandemic because it normalized the conversation about caregiving and family support,” says Priya Krishnan, Chief Digital and Transformation Officer at the education and care platform Bright Horizons, and co-host of The Work-Life Equation podcast.

Still, Krishnan acknowledges that more can be done to support working parents, although some companies are on the right track. “Research shows when employees feel supported by their employers, they are more productive at work,” she tells Parents. “Companies committed to creating a culture of caring will see the positive returns play out in a variety of ways for years to come.”

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