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Eversheds - Think, Act, Report case study

Eversheds was seeing slow growth in the number of women in the partnership. As a result, they sought to develop a deep understanding of the …

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Eversheds was seeing slow growth in the number of women in the partnership. As a result, they sought to develop a deep understanding of the barriers, and in 2011 commissioned pioneering research to identify the specific bars to female promotion to partnership.

The results of the research led them to introduce a number of new initiatives including a mentoring programme and careers forum, that they believe, in time, will help them to boost the number of females entering the partnership.

Date: Wed Sep 19 15:25:41 BST 2012

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Published 19 September 2012