Dr. Adri Drotskie, head of the MCom Business Management Programme at the University of Johannesburg, is pleased with the growing number of women graduating from her program. She is, however, disheartened that men are still receiving preference in job selection. Duduzile Ntuli runs Basadzi Personnel, an all-women, black-owned recruitment organization that works to emphasize the importance of gender and racial diversity, and she also acknowledges the difficulties faced by women in the workplace. Things aren’t much better in the U.S.: women business school graduates make up 45% of their classes, but only 3% of Fortune 500 company CEOs are women.
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