Leadership & People
Editorial from
Ricardo Zózimo, Marta Everard and Rita Mendes
January 9, 2023
5. Gender equality

5. Gender equality

Achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls

Zona de Impacto: Mentalities evolved; however, women are still discriminated in the job market. Why?

Statistics are known. Women have a higher qualification rate than men, but they receive less (for the same jobs) and are more precarious. When it is time to reach roles of responsibility, they have a harder life (and, as the companies get bigger, the worse it is). The topic is old, solutions take a long time to produce effects, and this worries the youth. Marta Everard and Rita Mendes, students at NovaSBE and members of the club Women on Board, explain how they perceive their labor’s future

You can listen to the third episode of the Expresso & Nova SBE’s podcast “Zona de Impacto” here- it Is in Portuguese.

Ricardo Zózimo, Marta Everard and Rita Mendes

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