For law students who have been stumped about how to select a women-friendly employer, now there is the "Cheat Sheet," a list of in-depth questions women can ask to ascertain a firm's commitment to retention and advancement. "The goal is to really work change in the profession," says Deborah Epstein Henry, the principal author of the "Cheat Sheet" and founder of Philadelphia work-life balance consulting company Flex-Time Lawyers. And the market for measuring female-friendliness appears to be growing too.
'Cheat Sheet' Helps Women, Moms Pick Friendly Firms
October 20, 2006
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