Before the glass ceiling, women face “broken rung” on corporate ladder
This week's must read: Vanessa Fuhrmans' "Where Women Fall Behind at Work: The First Step into Management" from @wallstreet.journal cites some of the key findings from a new Women in the Workplace study that was conducted by @mckinseyco and @leaninorg.
Here is the link: https://www.wsj.com/articles/where-women-fall-behind-at-work-the-first-step-into-management-11571112361
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