Women —particularly of color— continue to be vastly underrepresented in the workplace: McKinsey report.
Since 2015, the first year of the “Women in the Workplace” by McKinsey, corporate America has made almost no progress in improving women’s representation.
According to McKinsey’s most recent index —which surveyed 279 companies employing more than 13 million people— companies are disadvantaging women in hiring, promotions and manager-level jobs, despite that they earn more bachelor’s degrees than men, and have done so for decades.
McKinsey reports that men hold up 62% of manager positions, while women hold only 38%.
This is exclusive content for our Subscribers
Login or Subscribe
Enjoy unlimited access to ceo-na.com including exclusive video, multimedia content and priority access to forthcoming issues.
Subscribe today for just $9.99USD/Month.
Other key findings from the report: