The Simmons School of Management and Hewlett-Packard Company have conducted research at the annual Simmons Leadership Conference since 2003, with the goal of enhancing our understanding of gender dynamics in the workplace. Last year, a survey of more than 380 women employees, managers, and executives was polled during the conference.
The survey returned some interesting findings that have been published in a study released by the Simmons School of Management in Boston. Female employees, it found, are more likely to be motivated and remain at companies that they perceive contribute to society. However a large number of women say they often don’t know about their organizations’ corporate social responsibility activities (CSR), and therefore, do not participate in their companies’ social initiatives.
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