Women tend to drop off the leadership track about 7-10 years into their careers. These companies are making sure they stay.

Patricia Clarke was looking at data come to life when she took stock of her workforce–and it wasn’t good. As chief talent officer for Havas Group, Clarke observed that among its 20,000 workers, female representation was dwindling higher up the corporate ladder.

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