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Women in supply chain

A more equitable future – and a competitive advantage

The battle for supply chain talent is fierce. The Great Resignation and the impact of COVID-19 on working women have led to huge numbers of unfilled vacancies at a time when supply chains need experienced employees to lead them through continued volatility. Improving the recruitment, retention, and development of female talent in supply chains is not just the right thing to do, but it is also a business imperative.

This series of conversations between Genpact and some of the world's leading brands covers topics from supply chain recruitment to work-life balance and the power of mentors to increase female representation at all levels of the supply chain. They offer practical steps for personal and professional growth and highlight the opportunities available to women.

The magic of mentors

Sara Park, The Coca-Cola Company's vice president of E2E integrated planning, and Genpact's Katie Stein and Monique Rupert share how mentors have helped their careers and how their organizations are advancing women in supply chain.

Helping women reach the top

How The Coca-Cola Company and Genpact are supporting female supply chain talent to climb the career ladder.

The power of mentors and networking

How former bosses and peers hold the key to career success.

Knowing what I know now

Advice for younger supply chain talent.

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