What Women Want (At Work): Working Toward Personal and Professional Wellness

Data tells us that the pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on women. Now is our opportunity to commit to ambitious goals, measure progress and reshape a future of work that works better for all. ManpowerGroup’s new research tells us that more attention must be paid by employers to enabling the balance of family care responsibilities and careers. We can help women and all the people in our organizations if we just ask ourselves the question, “Do we really know what’s going on in their lives?” This includes developing and growing existing talent within organizations, keeping the best and brightest, while also driving skills and growth. For the post-pandemic era, organizations need to commit to creating focused, flexible, inclusive work environments that give women better opportunities to succeed.


Emma Almond

Emma Almond is responsible for leading communications and public relations across ManpowerGroup’s family of brands and 75 countries including developing thought leadership; leading executive coaching for global media, events and speaking roles; addressing issues and crisis communications protocol; monitoring and measurement; and creating social content. Emma works closely with the vice president of global strategic communications to develop positioning and thought leadership for ManpowerGroup on some of the world’s most pressing workforce issues including global talent shortages, the impact of technology on jobs, women in leadership and millennials/Gen Z at work.

Before joining ManpowerGroup, Emma worked as associate director at global PR agency MullenLowe Salt in London where she specialized in developing and executing corporate communications and media strategies for global organizations including Unilever, Syngenta, Givaudan and the World Steel Association.

Emma has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature from the University of Liverpool, UK. She lives in Milwaukee with her husband and dog, Indie.