Women at Work

| November 19, 2018

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Despite the legal obligations that companies need to follow to ensure gender equality in the workplace, many organizations to this day are unaware that for many female employees the reality is different. Women have been used to getting the short end of the stick ever since they stepped into the corporate world. Today, women are leading the fight to get their well-deserved seat at the table, and the progress they’ve made so far is nothing short of impressive.

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