Men failing to take action to boost gender diversity

21 March 2019

Less than one in five men take an active role in promoting gender balance in the workplace, even though three quarters of male employees pay lip service to supporting gender equality. Just 17 per cent of men undertake initiatives such as sharing household responsibilities, mentoring a female colleague or friend, removing biases from hiring processes or calling out instances of gender discrimination, a survey by management consulting firm Bain & Company and Chief Executive Women found.

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