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Gender equality

Men can ensure their company's leadership is gender diverse by mentoring or sponsoring women.
NEW insights report offers strategies to reach gender equality in the workplace.
A company's ability to create an inclusive workplace starts with a few words.
Few women are placed in senior executive roles that lead to CEO's office.
Survey says: Recruiters are receiving more requests for women executives.
The gender pay gap is caused, in large part, by fewer women than men in higher-paying jobs.
Our annual NEW Leader magazine profiles NEW members who confronted critical career/life pivot points and features articles on the female turnover crisis in retail and consumer goods, the gender gap among multicultural women and the impact of #MeToo.
Gender equality in the workplace continues to be framed as a “women’s issue.”
Senior executives will focus on achieving gender parity and leveraging women's leadership.
Gender parity will only be achieved if top leadership strongly advocates for change.