The workplace remains unequal for women. Learn how progressive employers can support and keep their female talent.
Good employees are hard to find, and when you find them, you want to keep them. Yet many companies continue to fall short when it comes to retaining and promoting a large portion of their workforce. With women leaders switching jobs at unprecedented rates, and younger women prepared to follow suit, what are the ramifications and what can companies do to shift the tide?
The Fearless-Girl Decade
The last decade marked a progressive leap for women throughout the corporate world. In 2022, there were over 74 million working women in America,1 representing close to half (46.6%) of the total labor force.2 Empowered women everywhere were breaking glass ceilings. More than 50% of women in the labor force held college degrees3 and 9% of Fortune 500 CEOs were women.4 In addition, the 49th Vice President of the United States is not only a woman but a woman of color. Fearless women are continuing to smash outdated notions and blaze forward, or so we thought …