Women in management tackling the talent pipeline – Whitepaper | CMI & WIM

Women in Management CMI ReportDespite strong progress at the outset of their careers with women achieving higher representation and pay levels at junior management levels, by middle management and beyond that progress has stalled. We are even seeing the situation worsening for female executive directors, as the results of CMI and XpertHR’s annual National Management Salary Survey shows. Lorna Gibson, the National Chair of Women in Management, pointed out the long journey ahead by saying that “we’ve still got a lot to do on equal pay and equal representation at top executive roles.” But this paper is not about getting women onto the Board, its focus is on the broader talent pipeline, and why too many talented women are either stepping or falling off the career ladder.

 

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