Asked 5 years ago to all employees at PwC
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Like many professional services firms, PwC loses lots of highly-ranked women once they have children. In the past 10 years, they've instituted better flex-time options and even off-reading where women can leave for up to 5 years but stay linked in for training and then return to work. Great options for women who want to be home with little ones but then return once kids are in school. But, that being said, certainly more women are needed in the highest ranks.
There are not enough women in leadership positions.
low. very low
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