Despite promoting collaboration and connection, many women’s networks choose to operate individually. New research by the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University reveals the benefits to be gained for women if networks choose to work together.
We shine a spotlight on five successful women, thriving in what have been typically male-dominated industries, and sharing the stories of how they found success despite facing greater barriers, challenges and even potentially discrimination.
Research suggests husbands indirectly support their wives to earn more when working together - until that higher wage exceeds their own...
According to research women need nine years of experience to reach the expected wage levels that men anticipate to receive upon graduation.