Boehringer In­gel­heim USA

Ridge­field, CT

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U.S. Coun­try Man­ag­ing Direc­tor Paul Fonteyne Se­nior VP, HR Jamie Eden In­vest­ing more than $1 mil­lion in lead­er­ship pro­grams for women over the past decade has paid off for this bio­phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pany: In 2016, 44% of those in se­nior po­si­tions here were fe­male, up from 32% in 2007. Help­ing them rise is the em­ployer’s rig­or­ous (and of­ten aca­demic) train­ing, which pre­pares them for ex­ec­u­tive roles; to en­hance their ed­u­ca­tion, they can also re­quest tu­ition aid worth the full cost of any col­lege de­gree. Man­age­ment pro­motes blind hir­ing prac­tices (which ob­scure gen­der and eth­nic iden­tity from ap­pli­ca­tions) and di­verse in­ter­view pan­els, giv­ing all as­pir­ing work­ers a fair shot at open jobs.

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