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Gender parity: Not a corporate priority

Despite lip service to the contrary, few companies do enough to promote gender parity.

  • March 25, 2010
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Gender parity: Not a corporate priority

Just one in four businesspeople in a worldwide survey say their companies' leaders consider gender parity a priority issue. That might be one reason why the survey, conducted by Bain & Company in association with Harvard Business Review, also shows that women continue to disappear from all rungs of the corporate ladder. Only one in five respondents say their companies commit adequate resources to parity initiatives such as flex work and mentorship.

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