Women on top

Being mentored, being involved in critical job assignments and networking with senior decision makers are bigger factors in getting women promoted than HR processes, suggests research.   Women themselves believe objective HR processes are the most important thing, followed by supportive supervision and career planning, according to research from Kenexa High Performance Institute among 1,000 employees in global businesses, presented at the Women's Business Forum. Yet HR processes account for only 7% of promotions for women, but for 15% of promotions for men, which could suggest processes...

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