GENDER EQUALITY IN THE WORKPLACE: IS CHINA AHEAD?

on Wednesday, 11 June 2014. Posted in Discrimination

According to a survey of publicly listed companies from Nanyang Technological University, fewer than 12% of senior executives at listed firms are fe­male, but according to a Grant Thornton International Business Report, which in­cludes private companies of obscure size, 43% of the businesses surveyed in China held women in senior management posi­tions. To better wade through the statis­tics and talking points, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) talks with several high-powered women on the ground about the trends they’re see­ing, and the prospects for Chinese women looking to carve out a place for themselves in today’s business world.

Read More at http://knowledge.ckgsb.edu.cn/2014/05/12/employment/gender-equality-in-the-workplace-is-china-ahead/, Written by Suzanne Edwards, with reporting by Greg Isaacson, Copyright © CKGSB Knowledge