Grace Papers is a digital platform for work/life by design.
You’ve put your heart and soul into building your career, establishing networks and growing your potential – how do you protect those assets whilst making room for your life outside of work as a parent or carer? The Grace Papers digital platform can help.
Many parents question their worth when returning to the workplace following a period of parental or carers leave. Here’s how Grace Papers can help during these times of transition.
Find out how
So many women sadly start questioning their worth when returning to the workplace following a period of parental leave, we tell you how Grace Papers can help during this difficult time of transition.
Who is Grace Papers for
Grace Papers platform members gain:
- Confidence in speaking to your leaders about navigating career and care
- Confidence initiating discussions about childcare and and sharing the parental load at home
- Connectedness and contact with your workplace during your parental leave/carers leave
- Improved career pathways, job satisfaction and work/life balance when you return to work
- Balance between work and life by leveraging flexibility that suits the way you work
Grace Papers’ platform members get:
- Unrestricted access to Grace Papers’ digital platform
- Personalised career navigation system
- Step-by-step guidance & coaching through your parental leave, carers leave and return to work journey
- A welcome coaching call to help set your Grace Papers’ Journey up for success
- On-demand access to Grace Papers’ team for questions or queries
- Weekly equality, working parent and career empowerment stories and inspiration
- LIVE coaching session with experts, professionals, and industry leaders on everything from career and care to health and happiness.
- Access to a supportive community of career professionals, legal experts and seasoned parents that can help you achieve professional and personal success.
“I found the Grace Papers program a wonderful resource. It was well paced with the pre leave, on leave and post leave modules. I particularly found the tasks on reviewing values, considering my parental legacy and my goals for work as useful. The link to the Money Smart Calculator was an excellent addition! I also enjoyed the video clips throughout. Completing the program increased my excitement and confidence to return to work post baby. My husband also found it useful when I looped him in on the various elements. He wishes he could have completed something similar – especially because he is now on parental leave with the baby (which enables me to return full time)”
Dr Lisette Collins
NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet
“Knowing that there was support available if I needed it was very comforting. It was also good to know that there were many people out there going through the same challenges as my family. I did also watch a couple of the video testimonials from fathers who were successful in their careers while keeping family a high priority. I found this very inspiring.”
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