Bringing Up Baby at a Financial Advisory Firm

The Globe and Mail | October 31, 2018

Maternity leave is still an issue that often negatively affects working women looking to sustain their careers. Janice Honeyman found this to be the case, which is why she left her firm for a more progressive environment at Mackie Research Capital Corporation


"Camilla Sutton, president and CEO of Women in Capital Markets, says more needs to be done on the company level in terms of policies about client coverage during leaves.

'The firms really have to look at ‘How can we solve these problems?’ rather than just leave it up to the women to suffer through and do the best they can.'"


Read how Mackie and RBC are tackling maternity leave within the financial industry, in the Globe and Mail.

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