Politics, medicine, and large businesses are still dominated by men. The women who are in those roles make less and say their gender is holding them back from advancing, despite the benefits of economic participation by women.
Author Anne-Marie Slaughter talks about the changes that need to be made for both men and women to balance family and career equally. Slaughter talks about her time in the state department while raising a family.
Scandinavia has the highest number of women in the workforce, but the number of female managers is still low. Many companies in the region offering paternity leave because it is good for business.
Credits: Smashing the Glass Ceiling; The Gender Gap
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What's preventing women from closing the gender gap in the world of work? Part 1 features Bloomberg experts Lisa Kassenaar, editor-at-large for Global Women's Coverage, and Greg Elders and Carl Riccadonna from Bloomberg Intelligence. Part 2 features US author Professor Anne Marie Slaughter. Part 3 features how businesses in Scandinavia are addressing the gender gap.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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