Women are locked out of senior roles due to a 'broken rung' on their career ladders, McKinsey and Lean In say

17 October 2019

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  • New research suggests that the biggest obstacle to closing the gender gap in senior management isn't a glass ceiling, it's a broken rung.
  • Only 72 women are promoted or hired to first-level manager for every 100 men, resulting in women holding just 38% of manager-level positions, according to a new report on women in the workplace by McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org.

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