Hawaii Business Magazine: Going, Going, But Not Yet Gone: Gender Bias in Family Businesses

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Going, Going, But Not Yet Gone: Gender Bias in Family Businesses

Gender bias still exists within the leadership of many local family businesses, but its hold slips as new generations take over. And the role models for younger family members are often mothers, grandmothers and sisters.

The latest annual survey of family businesses by Honolulu-based Business Consulting Resources shows the tilt toward men over women in leadership is slipping away – but it will be at least another generation before it’s gone entirely.

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