It’s far more likely that a man will make it to a senior leadership role in corporate America. Now, research shows that it’s also more likely that they’ll stay.
About 10.5% of female leaders (those in senior management and above) left their company in 2021, compared with 9% of male leaders, according to a Tuesday report from management consulting firm McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org. It’s the highest rate of voluntary departures since McKinsey started collecting data in 2017.
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