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Diversity & Inclusion Center Newsletter - August 2018
  • Authors:

    Sarah Bond

  • Publication Date:
    August 2018

The recruitment, retention, progression, and development of women at work has been a focus of The Conference Board for many years. Enter “women” into the search function on our homepage and you will find more than 2,000 research publications, blogs, webcasts, videos, conferences, and peer-to-peer networks on the topic of women in the workplace.

This month, I’ve curated just four of our more recent research publications and reports on women at work that I hope will be of interest to you, whether you’re reading this from the US, Europe, or Asia-Pacific. Scroll down to access: a study from France on the impact of gender diversity on board decision-making; a short report from our China Center on the underutilization of older, educated women in the Chinese labor market; an account of the steps companies in the US are taking to address dysfunctional and abusive behavior at work; and a webinar on 4 Phases of Women’s Careers, providing advice for all women on managing their careers, whatever stage of life they (you) are at.


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