Off-Ramps and On-Ramps: Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Success
Harvard Business Press, 2007 M05 15 - 299 páginas
With talent shortages looming over the next decade, what can companies do to attract and retain the large number of professional women who are forced off the career highway?
By documenting the successful efforts of a group of cutting-edge global companies to retain talented women and reintegrate them if they’ve already left, Off-Ramps and On-Ramps answers this critical question. Working closely with companies such as Ernst & Young, Goldman Sachs, Time Warner, General Electric and others, author Sylvia Ann Hewlett identifies what works and why. Based on firsthand experience with these companies, along with extensive data that provides the most comprehensive and nuanced portrait of women's career paths, this book documents the actions forward-thinking companies must take to reverse the female brain drain and ensure their access to talent over the long term.
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Off-ramps and On-ramps: Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Success
Sylvia Ann Hewlett
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