Women Hit Glass Ceiling Early as Men Get Manager Roles FasterBy
Study finds they lag in career pipeline from first promotion
For every 100 female workers named manager, 130 men advance
While many efforts to boost women in business focus on meager numbers in the boardroom and executive suite, a new study shows female workers are at a disadvantage from the first rung of their career ladder.
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