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Women Managers and Execs Believe ‘Image’ Is More Than Twice as Likely to Be a Factor for Women (90%) Than Men (37%) For Career Progression

Canadian Female Business Leaders Divided on Whether Gender of Superior Affects Career Advancement

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Toronto, ON – Women continue to face more obstacles than men when it comes to advancing their careers to top-level executive and management positions, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll of 501 female executives commissioned on behalf of Randstad. The data reveal that image has influence on career progression, while gender of...

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Women Managers and Execs Believe ‘Image’ Is More Than Twice as Likely to Be a Factor for Women (90%) Than Men (37%) For Career Progression


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