The sponsorship void
Two first-year associates begin working at a law firm. Both have similar educational backgrounds, abilities and accomplishments. One is male, and the other is female. Fast forward 10 years. Which one of these associates is more likely to have a sponsor who will have advocated on his or her behalf? The answer is the male. While men and women both need sponsors in the workplace, women are less likely to have them.
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