News: Unorganized women are torn in 5 directions

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Unorganized women are torn in 5 directions

Nandini Dias resents being slotted as a "woman" CEO. She says women professionals run the risk of losing respect if they are seen as being included rather than having earned their positions, especially now when a big gender diversity push unfolds across Indian companies. "These measures (for gender diversity) are not the best but they are surely the fastest," says Dias, who in October took charge at media agency Lodestar UM and who calls herself a trainee CEO.

Nandini Dias resents being slotted as a "woman" CEO. She says women professionals run the risk of losing respect if they are seen as being included rather than having earned their positions, especially now when a big gender diversity push unfolds across Indian companies. "These measures (for gender diversity) are not the best but they are surely the fastest," says Dias, who in October took charge at media agency Lodestar UM and who calls herself a trainee CEO.

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