Companies design executive roles to attract talented women

08/30/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Some firms are looking to create career paths that accommodate talented women executives, Jean Martin writes. Nestle, for instance, recently noticed that the reluctance of women to relocate was a barrier to recruiting, so it expanded its relocation-assistance program to include spouses, he writes.

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