New female workforce expectations loom large

Tozier, Danielle
May 2006
Employee Benefit News;May2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p56
Explores the issue which asserts that policies of U.S. companies about women executives have not kept pace with the society's changing values. Views of Elissa Ellis, executive director of the Forte Foundation, on the one-model-fits all organization; Reason women are being drained off right out of colleges, according to WJM Associates CEO Bill Morin; Factors which prompt women executive to start their own companies. INSET: Work-Life Benefits' Reach.


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