Thrive @ Work
The Benefits of Innovative Workplace Policies
Thrive @ Work is a luncheon showcasing businesses with innovative workplace policies and positive impacts for both the employee and employer.
During the luncheon, a panel of business leaders share their experiences, both successes and challenges, to foster discussion and learning.
Tickets and sponsorships are now available to purchase for Thrive @ Work [From Home] 2021! The event will be held virtually on October 21, 2021. Click here to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor!
We know that women have a better chance at economic security when there are workplace practices and policies that benefit them and their families. We care so much about this issue, and we will continue to focus on it at events like Thrive @ Work.
Ultimately though, we care too much about the safety and health of our supporters, sponsors, and donors to create any unnecessary risk, and therefore this year’s Thrive @ Work event, on October 21, will be held online, virtually, via Zoom. Get your virtual tickets for Thrive @ Work [From Home] now! They are on discount for only $50, and you don’t want to miss this critical conversation featuring business leaders Kate McNeel and Camille Snyder. As women continue to bear the burden of this pandemic – at work, at home, at school, in childcare – this discussion couldn’t be more critical, and neither could your support.
Carol Harris, Mississippi Development Authority
Lindsay Thomas Dowdle, Jones Walker LLP
Molly Brasfield, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Anna Wolfe, Mississippi Today
Sara Miller, HOPE Policy Institute
Monica Harrigill, The Sunray Companies
Robin Robinson, Sanderson Farms
Willie Jones, Dependable Source Corp. of MS
Dudly Wooley, Ross & Yerger
Jennifer Hall, Baker Donelson
Linda Waters, Atmos Energy