Report: R.I. businesses lack in gender job equality

VISION2020, a report released by the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership, shows that Rhode Island businesses lack in promoting women leadership. / COURTESY WOMEN'S FUND OF RHODE ISLAND
VISION2020, a report released by the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership, shows that Rhode Island businesses lack in promoting women leadership. / COURTESY WOMEN'S FUND OF RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – Rhode Island businesses lack in promoting women leadership within both the private and nonprofit sectors despite strong evidence that shared gender management leads to greater economic stability, according to a report by Vision2020, a national initiative to promote female equality, released Tuesday. “It’s all about the conversations and giving best practices to folks.…

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