The #TimesUp movement of 2018 shined a spotlight on gender inequality in the workplace, encompassing not only pay inequity but also barriers to advancement and representation of women in leadership. This was the same year that Comparably compiled its inaugural Best CEOs for Women. It’s now 2020 and the gender pay gap is at 20%, women are still scarce in the top leadership positions of the world’s largest corporations (7.4% occupy the Fortune 500), and one out of three women have said they’ve been sexually harassed in the workplace. Therefore, it’s more important than ever to know who women deem as the best leaders to work for that also inspire a positive workplace culture for all.
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