Bos­ton Sci­en­tific

Marl­bor­ough, MA

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Pres­i­dent, Chair­man & CEO Michael Mahoney Se­nior VP, HR Wendy Car­ruthers Times are chang­ing at this med­i­cal-tech­nol­ogy com­pany, where for many years men filled nearly the en­tire up­per ranks. These days, women oc­cupy 26% of all ex­ec­u­tive po­si­tions, and can­di­dates for suc­ces­sion are paired with spon­sors, men­tors and de­vel­op­ment plans that help them as­cend. Lead­er­ship re­views fo­cused on di­verse and fe­male em­ploy­ees en­sure that man­age­ment spots in­equities in pro­mo­tion. Women are 50% of those who be­long to the com­pany’s nine em­ployee re­source groups. In 2016, it held its first Global Women’s Lead­er­ship Sum­mit (and sup­ported sev­eral con­fer­ences for pro­fes­sional women and male al­lies). Tu­ition aid is worth up to $8,000 an­nu­ally. Stel­lar in­fer­til­ity ben­e­fits, paid leaves, backup care and flex op­tions aid moms.

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