08/07/19: Better Benefits Means A Better Bottom Line

By Geri Stengel, Forbes

The number one concern of million-dollar-plus women-led businesses is talent recruitment and retention, according to the 2019 EY WPO Business Outlook. More than one third of respondents— 37%  — said that attracting and retaining talent was a challenge. The survey was conducted among EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women participants. These are successful and ambitious women entrepreneurs who take the Winning Women leadership program and become part of its community. This research was also conducted among Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) members. WPO accelerates business growth and enhances competitiveness through its peer advisory groups. “Entrepreneurs learn best from each other,” said Marsha Firestone, Ph.D. its president and founder.

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