How the Gender Gap Is Creating Toxic Workplaces |

After years of saying women need to “lean in” to their workplaces in order to climb up the ladder, Sheryl Sandberg is now saying it’s time for companies to do the same, too.

In an op-ed penned in the Wall Street Journal Tuesday, Sandberg wrote that for over 30 years, women have been earning more bachelor’s degrees than men, yet they still remain underrepresented in organizational charts. The findings arise from the 2018 edition of the Women in the Workplace survey, carried out by Sandberg’s Lean In organization and research firm McKinsey, which examines the experiences of over 64,000 employees and 279 U.S. companies. Despite companies making commitments to gender diversity, the data shows that progress has largely stalled.

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