Why Women Aren’t CEOs, According to Women Who Almost Were

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Gender neutrality is all over the news in the Netherlands. Just a small step back in this article, to the position of women in companies, and why are they are not in the number one position. After years of biting their tongues, believing their ranks would swell if they simply worked hard, many senior women in business are concluding that the barriers are more deeply rooted and persistent than they wanted to believe, according to interviews in New York Times with nearly two dozen chief executives, would-be chief executives, headhunters, business school deans and human resources professionals.

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