Despite more women being hired to boardrooms, gender diversity is still low

Kai Ryssdal May 2, 2019
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Despite more women being hired to boardrooms, gender diversity is still low

Kai Ryssdal May 2, 2019
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The issue of gender diversity in the workplace is just not limited to the CEO’s office or to upper management. Boardrooms are experiencing the same problem. Despite attempts to increase the number of women board directors in recent years, the overall makeup of boardrooms is still mostly male. Why? Kai Ryssdal spoke with Wall Street Journal reporter and editor Vanessa Fuhrmans about her recent article on what’s causing this paradoxical problem. 

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