This article reports on the new UC Davis study which suggests that the glass ceiling remains firmly in place for female executives in California … and likely will stay there for a long time. “There are plenty of qualified women to hire and promote, but the vast majority of the 400 largest public companies in the state don’t seem to recognize that,” said Steven Currall, dean of the management school.
This article reports on the UC Davis Graduate School of Management’s annual census on California Women Business Leaders on Wednesday. The study, now in its seventh year, details the presence of women at the top of the 400 largest publicly held corporations headquartered in the state.
Though it won’t be news to anyone who has worked in Silicon Valley, this article reports on the UC Davis study that confirms tech companies are woefully behind in including women among their board members and highest-paid executives—not to mention the engineering ranks.