Monday, March 26, 2007 at 9:00 AM
There's no question women have made tremendous inroads in the workplace over the past few decades. Yet when it comes to top management positions at our country's largest companies, the numbers show a gaping disparity, according to Catalyst, a group that does research on women in the workplace. About 4% of top management positions at Fortune 500 companies are held by women. Sharon Allen is chairman of the board of Deloitte and Touche USA. She was in Cleveland Friday to talk about this very issue of workplace diversity at the City Club. When she stopped by the ideastream Studios, she told ideastream's Eric Wellman there are signs women are making progress.
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