Their ability to listen, nurture the ideas of others and lead through collaboration give mothers leadership traits that are invaluable to businesses.
The increasingly disjointed nature of life in urban slums means there’s no network of family support for mothers who want to work.
Is the workplace inherently sexist? Verashni Pillay thinks so and thanks one Facebook executive for starting a conversation on how to change that.
The reality of being a clueless mother is best served after lunch. And lunch is definitely what the little bugger is interested in.
The notion of the "ideal worker" as essentially male and free of domestic responsibilities still permeates the thinking of many employers.