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Overcoming the Manager Divide: How HR can Accelerate the Path to Gender Pay Equity

Visier

Although significant progress has been made in employers proactively pursuing policies of equal pay for equal positions, this alone will not close the gap: gender equity is a complex and systemic issue that requires action on many fronts. This was increased to two months in 2002.)

11 Reasons You Should Work at Women-led Companies

CakeHR

Perhaps most notably, an analysis from Quantopian, a Boston-based trading firm, found that between 2002 and 2014, companies with women in control saw returns that were 226% higher. Employee turnover is much lower. However, we feel that turnover is a definitive marker of success.