In 2019, based on our latest survey of top corporate jobs in Canada, we must report that women continue to be held back. Yes, there has been some overall progress, but it has been incremental at best.
For 11 years, we’ve been tracking the number of women in leadership roles at Canada’s 100 largest publicly-traded corporations and equality remains a pipedream. Where Trudeau’s cabinet is 50-50 men and women, the top executives of Canada’s 100 largest publicly-traded companies are 92 percent male and a paltry 8 percent female, a slight drop this year over last year’s results.
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At no time during the past decade have we been more hopeful, more excited, more energized about the fact that real and lasting change is coming when it comes to gender equality in business.
Jay Rosenzweig with Dikembe Mutombo, Tracy McGrady, Jerome Williams (JYD), Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, Mpule Kwelagobes, Irwin Cotler
Jay Rosenzweig with Evgeni Malkin
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Executive recruitment in Toronto is constantly changing, going through transitions and shifts season to season and it is also unique for what it offers clients looking to fill open positions, and applicants looking for positions. In the business world, Toronto is known for its leadership in many different industries, including the financial and media sectors.
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As a global executive search firm headquartered in Toronto, what we often see holding people back – even senior executives – is their inability to recognize and put to use their transferable skills.
Getting the call from an executive recruiter can be an exciting moment in your career. Candidates see it as an opportunity for advancement to their dream job, or it can lead to frustration and rejection.
“Greatness and humility, in the Jewish tradition, are not incompatible. They complement one another. For a man to be humble he does not have to be someone who ‘has plenty to be humble about’...
This is the 9th Annual Rosenzweig Report on Women at the Top Levels of Corporate Canada. Since we started, the percentage of female NEOs (Named Executive Officers) who lead the 100 biggest public companies in Canada has moved from 4.6 percent to approximately 8 percent. The flip side is that we started from an appallingly low number so the increase, in real terms, leaves us far short of our ultimate goal. Indeed, the needle did not move forward this year over last year.