A compelling new study shows that top global companies in Asia, Europe and the US have advanced little beyond mere tokenism when it comes to placing women in leadership roles.

A UK-based global gender consulting firm, 20-first, published its fifth annual gender balance scorecard this month. In the US, the study found some optimistic conclusions: 60% of top corporations have at least two women on their executive committees, and eight corporations – including IBM, Pepsi Corporation and General Motors – have women CEOs.

via When will women achieve gender equality in leadership at work? | Guardian Sustainable Business | theguardian.com.

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