In C-Suite Role Without Path to Top, Women Hold Over 50% of Jobs
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February 07, 2018
Industry TrendsLeadershipDiversityCulture RiskHuman ResourcesExecutive SearchDiversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory
In corporate America, men still hold the vast majority of executive-level jobs, with Human Resources being the exception.
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Bloomberg

The Bloomberg article, “In C-Suite Role Without Path to Top, Women Hold Over 50% of Jobs,” featured the firm's research. The article is excerpted below. 

In corporate America, men still hold the vast majority of executive-level jobs -- with one notable exception. At nearly 60 percent of the 100 biggest U.S. companies by revenue, the chief human resources officer is a woman, according to new data from Russell Reynolds Associates. 

Last year, women made up more than half of newly appointed HR executives, a role that’s typically responsible for ensuring a company can acquire and develop the staff it needs to execute the larger business plan. 

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