1. Women CEOs are More Likely to be Dismissed, Even When The Company is Doing Well

    Women CEOs are More Likely to be Dismissed, Even When The Company is Doing Well
    • Women CEOs are 45% more likely to be dismissed than men CEOs, a new study finds.
    • Even when a firm is performing well, women are more likely to be dismissed from the CEO position.
    • The researchers think that may be the result of implicit gender bias.

    Women who sit at the top of the corporate hierarchy have, presumably, shattered a piece of the proverbial glass ceiling.

    But research suggests that even women CEOs may still face obstacles to success...

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