Canadian cities don’t have as many women in top management jobs as do cities in the United States and that could be bad for future growth. That’s the finding of a study by the Toronto Region Board of Trade. Toronto for example, gets a C grade in the board’s “human capital” scorecard and places it fifth among major North American cities.
Women have different skills and approaches which can enhance a company’s management and performance. In Canada women hold 35.6 per cent of management occupations. In the United States they hold 38.6 percent of them. RCI’s Lynn Desjardins reports.Listen