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Women leaving recruitment industry before making it to the top

Women are statistically better billers than men in recruitment yet female retention within the industry is significantly lower than male.

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Comments (3)

  • John
    John
    Thu, 2 Jul 2015 11:52am BST
    Very interesting article. Would you happen to be able to show the statistics that support the opening claim?
  • Eleanor Martin
    Eleanor Martin@ Christine Raynaud, C
    Tue, 21 Apr 2015 2:50pm BST
    Valid point - I couldn't agree more with you Christine.
  • Christine Raynaud, C
    Christine Raynaud, C
    Mon, 20 Apr 2015 3:42pm BST
    So true yet a pity. The recruitment industry is ideal for flexible / autonomous work; too many firms impose at desk long working hours discipline when high performing young mothers could continue to do very well with some work time at home or even part time. Too many opt out for this reason before kids get older and they can focus on becoming managers and then leaders.

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