“The Past Two Years Have Broken Us:” The Pandemic’s Toll on Working Moms | Amanpour and Company

For the many women who climb all the way up the ladder but still can't quite crack the glass ceiling, it's time for the workplace to pay up. This is the title of author and activist Reshma Soojani's new book, which addresses the burnout, exploitation and inequity that harm working women today. Soojani sits down with Hari Sreenivasan to discuss a workplace culture designed by and for men.

Originally aired on May 12, 2022.


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