The First Rung on the Corporate Ladder is What's Missing for Women
Of the companies surveyed, 21 percent of c-suite roles are held by women
When it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, the hardest part for many women is stepping onto that first rung.
That’s a key finding of the latest Women in the Workplace study by McKinsey & Company and the nonprofit LeanIn.org, which analyzed the human resources practices of more than 300 companies employing more than 13 million people.
According to the report, the presence of women in management roles is showing the most improvement at the top. Currently, 21 percent of C-suite roles in the companies surveyed are held by women, up from 17 percent in 2015. That’s a 24 percent increase in four years.
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