The survey of executives by Ladders.com, an online job service catering to the $100,000-job market, found that 66.3% of respondents said that women do not have as many opportunities as men to become company CEOs.
The survey found that more than half (51.2%) said they have experienced some form of sexual harassment and 26% said that they hadn’t personally but knew of someone who had experienced harassment.
Other survey findings include:
- 54% of respondents said that men and women are equally adept at managing employees;
- 47% of women in the survey said they would continue to work after having children, but at a reduced load.
- 27% of women said they would continue to work at full-time status.
- 63% of executives said that their workplace offers no assistance in the form of day care, onsite nursing facilities or time off for children’s school activities.
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