Women in the Workplace 2016

Oct 5, 2016Women In Wealth Management

Below is an excerpt from a Women in the Workplace article.  Cheryl Nash believes this article explains why all women in the workplace should be passionate about making a difference!  This case study was done by Mckinsey & Company.  Check it out!

Women are less likely to receive the first critical promotion to manager—so far fewer end up on the path to leadership—and are less likely to be hired into more senior positions. Women also get less access to the people, input, and opportunities that accelerate careers. As a result, the higher you look in companies, the fewer women you see.


This disparity is especially pronounced for women of color, who face the most barriers to advancement and experience the steepest drop-offs with seniority.


To read the full article click here.

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