News: Head hunters get higher fees for hiring women

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Head hunters get higher fees for hiring women

Organizations, in a bid to improve their gender diversity ratio, are pulling out all the stops to recruit female employees, beginning with higher fees for head hunters. Organizations today are keen on improving gender diversity at senior management level, as this adds depth and a wider perspective to key decision-making. It's a trend that augurs well for women in the corporate world.

Organizations, in a bid to improve their gender diversity ratio, are pulling out all the stops to recruit female employees, beginning with higher fees for head hunters. Organizations today are keen on improving gender diversity at senior management level, as this adds depth and a wider perspective to key decision-making. It's a trend that augurs well for women in the corporate world.

Research shows that an organization's performance is directly linked to its gender balance ratio. Apart from the talent, there's also the innovation factor—a lot of research suggests that organizations can come up with more creative solutions once they increase gender diversity at workplace.

Source: The Economic Times

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Topics: Diversity, #Updates

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