This is the second year TCI distributed the confidential online survey to companies of all sizes and industries throughout the state with the goal of understanding what’s working to develop, retain and advance women employees in Massachusetts. The 2019 survey was provided to more than 2,500 companies.

“Building off of last year’s benchmark study, which gave us an understanding of the gaps in women’s leadership, this year, we’ve identified three vital steps businesses can take to advance and retain women,” said TCI Executive Director, Elizabeth Hailer. “Our aim from the beginning has been to give concrete recommendations to support systematic, sustained progress for women into leadership roles throughout the state.”

Read more at The Commonwealth Institute.