Posted November 02, 2015 by

Employee resource groups offer leadership and empowerment

Sometimes employees believe their concerns are neglected in the workplace. They want to say something but don’t feel encouraged to do so. Employee resource groups offer a sense of empowerment that can potentially transform workers into leaders.

College Recruiter is currently focusing on employee resource groups (ERGs), publishing the opinions of experts based on a series of questions. In today’s article, Abby Kowalewitz, Brand Strategist at Allen & Gerritsen, highlights a new initiative focused on leadership and empowerment for women.

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Abby Kowalewitz, Brand Strategist at Allen & Gerritsen

“A relatively new initiative we have started is Boss Ladies, a resource designed to encourage female leadership and empowerment. A&G supports us in our efforts to grow and pursue things we are passionate about, and it’s great to have that kind of encouragement. It’s motivating to have a support system, and it infuses something new into our everyday that challenges and inspires us.”

Abby Kowalewitz is a Brand Strategist at Allen & Gerritsen. She is also the ambassador for Allen & Gerritsen’s internal Women’s Leadership and Empowerment program, Boss Ladies.

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