Lopez-Blazquez, Ana
March 2007
NAFE Magazine;Spring2007, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p14
The article features the top 5 non-profit institutions with work environment conducive to gender equality. They include Baptist Health South Florida, Bon Secours Richmond Health System and Inova Health System. Percentages of women employees and women managers are presented. Career development programs for women and percentage of female workers who belong to top salary bracket are also evaluated.


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