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Why the gender pay gap is not closing fast enough

18 May 2021 By Advertising feature

With only 21 per cent of C-suite leaders being women, Juggle’s latest guide examines the role of self-promotion in the leadership landscape and how rewriting the rules can improve the unequal gender environment

The gender gap is not closing fast enough and only 21 per cent of C-suite leaders are women. 

The pandemic has provided an opportunity for companies to evolve and become more inclusive and diverse in their hiring practices – but where do you start?

Juggle’s latest guide examines the role self-promotion plays in the leadership landscape, and explores how rewriting the rules can improve the unequal gender environment that we see today.

What we cover:

  • The connection between the gender gap and self-promotion
  • Why women are still underrepresented in leadership roles in 2021
  • How companies can adopt a fairer and more objective framework to promote male and female leaders
  • How the landscape has changed post pandemic
  • Why remote working should lead to more inclusive hiring
  • No more 9 to 5 – working for outcomes, not for hours
 Juggle is the number one platform for connecting business to flexible professionals.

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