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Jun 09, 2015

Diversity at the top in Canada

Unconscious bias training for HR and managers can help people at a company learn to root out their own assumptions about women and leadership

Under new rules, public companies must disclose their plans for getting women into power positions, explains Nicole Guillot

It’s long been known that not enough women have roles in senior leadership or on the boards of public companies in Canada. As that may not be good for business, or for society, eight provinces and territories have put in place new rules that insist boards be more transparent about who’s making the decisions at the top. These came into effect on December 31, 2014, and they affect most boards in Canada. Here’s an overview of what the board diversity guidelines say, how companies can

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