At a Network of Executive Women meeting in California this summer, Michelle Gloecker, the NEW board's chain and senior vice president of home goods at Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores, summed up the state of the retail industry when it comes to hiring and promoting women. “We have made a lot of progress on gender diversity,” she told the audience, “but there is much work left to be done.” Women make up almost half of the retail industry's labor ...
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