You may think so, given the refusal on working women's part to commit to the career so that they can channelize their dedication towards their offsprings.
But if you look closely, you'll notice that women are making a choice of stepping down from a brilliant career and wearing the mom hat in order to raise excellent future citizens. Their tremendous career skills are not going away. They are now being redirected towards successful child rearing. Often a company secretly mourns the demise of this professionalism in the workspace. And manifests its sorrows in victimizing the remaining single or hitherto childless women workers: pays stagnate, the pay gap between the male and female worker widens and an overall skepticism towards the longevity of a woman worker's tenure abounds.
What if companies provided ample support to ease the transition from career woman to mom of kids?What if companies partnered with these women in helping them raise those very children who made the shift in priorities happen? Google and a number of employers provide excellent on-campus daycare options. An employer that understands its employees' struggles beyond the workplace makes for a far more attractive company to work for.
Not only will the worker continue to remain dedicated and loyal but she will also up her productivity in a gesture of gratitude for understanding and empathizing with her struggles as she juggles maternal and professional duties.
I wish more companies would grow up and consider helping out women, and thus families with such intangibles.