How to get your women back

Anrons, Elaine
April 2005
Lawyer;4/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 13, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of women in legal profession. The Hidden Brain Drain, a taskforce led by economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett and made up of 19 global corporations, was recently launched in Great Britain to look into how businesses can nurture and retain highly qualified and talented women and minorities. When the taskforce was launched in the United States, it discovered that women who chose to work part time in professional services firms were often removed from the partnership track and were stereotyped as being "not up to the job" if they had children.


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