Women & Work: Women Returning to the Workplace

September 21, 2021 / 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

DHG Wealth Advisors (DHGWA) presents Women, Wealth & Work - a four-part series of webinars designed to educate and empower women when it comes to their personal finances, and to inspire confidence in their careers. From the fundamentals of investing to career leadership coaching for women to returning to the workplace to navigating life transitions, DHG Wealth Advisors and DHG team members will explore the topics that we believe matter to women today.

The National Woman’s Law Center has reported that female workforce participation has dropped down to 57% since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Emerging stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic is top of mind for everyone. One of the biggest upcoming challenges is women returning to the workplace. Whether you are going fully back in the office, a hybrid work situation, plan to stay fully remote or are planning on re-joining the workforce we will discuss best practices and tips.

  • Alice Grey Harrison, Corporate Communications Leader, DHG
  • Deneen Keegan, CPA, Assurance Senior Manager, DHG
  • Payal Smith, CPA, Financial Services Manager, DHG
  • Sarah Charles, CSRIC™, AIF® / Director, Financial Advisor, DHG Wealth Advisors
  • Katherine Johnson, Executive Assistant, DHG
  • Shannon Brown, Business Development Executive, DHG

If you have any questions, please reach out to DHG Events at dhgevents@dhg.com.

The information in these webinars should not be considered investment advice to you, nor an offer to buy or sell any securities or financial instruments. The services, or investment strategies mentioned above may not be available to, or suitable, for you. Consult a financial advisor or tax professional before implementing any investment, tax or other strategy mentioned herein. The information herein is believed accurate as of the time it is presented, and it may become inaccurate or outdated with the passage of time. Past performance does not guarantee future performance. All investments may lose money.