For International Women’s Day, I’m Inviting Guys to the Table

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For International Women’s Day, I’m Inviting Guys to the Table

By Alison Clark
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Even though women earn more college degrees, they remain underrepresented in corporate America. That’s why @MarsGlobal’s Alison Clark is calling on people of all genders to sponsor – not just mentor – women in the workplace. More at: http://bit.ly/2FoAQc3 #PressForProgress

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Friday, March 9, 2018 - 8:00am

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A sad reality: we all know hardworking, high performing women who don’t necessarily get ahead. Why? Research shows that when it comes to getting career-accelerating assignments, making influential connections and landing key promotions, women are often overlooked. In corporate America, for example, women are underrepresented at every level, despite earning more college degrees than men for the past 30 years. 

Complicating this long-standing situation, an unintended consequence from #metoo has left nearly half of male managers uncomfortable ‘participating in a common work activity with a woman’ and about a third of male managers uncomfortable working alone with a woman.

It’s unfortunate, but good to know. Because awareness can generate action.

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Keywords: Diversity & Inclusion | Gender Equality | International Women’s Day | Mars | Reduced Inequalities | Women | Workplace Inclusion

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