The biggest contributor to the wage gap is that women want “temporal flexibility.” In other words, many women want to put family first and still make a living. Naturally, this draws them towards organizations such as LuLaRoe, a multi-level marketing company that sells clothing. Their motto speaks to this:
LuLaRoe: Where through fashion we create freedom, serve others and strengthen families. A place where lives are being improved and dreams achieved through love, purpose, confidence, trust and growth.
Sounds ideal for a mom that wants temporal flexibility, right? But, that’s not how it always plays out. Even within LuLaRoe founder DeAnne Stidham’s own family.
Recently, Stidham’s niece, Kristy Benton, shared a conversation she had last year with her Aunt over a mandatory meeting. It didn’t show LuLaRoe’s commitment to family:
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