Supporting women in the workplace should be a team effort that begins with leaders identifying biases and educating employees about discrimination and harassment, writes Vivian Maza, Ultimate Software's chief people officer. Offer benefits that appeal to all types of employees, mentor women, set up networking programs and ask for feedback often, Maza writes.
Here are steps to help close the workforce gender gap
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