Opinion: Once hired, women receive fewer opportunities to prove themselves

10/14/2013 | Republican (Springfield, Mass.), The

Research has found that women are still scarce among the highest rungs of corporate leadership even though they possess many valuable leadership traits, writes Heather Howell, chairwoman of the board of directors of MBA Women International. The problem is that women are typically given fewer opportunities to prove themselves, even after they're hired, she writes. "With fewer opportunities once they get the jobs, women have fewer chances to advance," she writes.

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