Simon Rothery, the Australian chief executive of Goldman Sachs, is one of a number of senior executives and CEOs who are concerned about the flood of women leaving the corporate workforce.
Changes introduced by Rothery led to a rise in the proportion of female recruits, from 25 to 60%, by developing a culture of informal cheap tramadol for dogs flexibility for both men and women so employees can come in late, leave early and work from home if necessary.
This, however, has not fed through the higher level positions. He has called for a debate on childcare costs to help halt the drain on talent.
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