Flexibility is not just a female issue - this is a people issue. Men need flexibility just as much, but often that burden is placed on women, and it can then be difficult for a woman to stay in her career or advance it. That's why more female leaders and coaching and mentorship are so important.Karen Jorritsma - Director Equity Sales, Markets & Securities Services
They're independent, dedicated, productive, and resilient.
See how we are committed to supporting a diverse workforce at Citi.
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Citi is committed to equality and inclusivity in business and society, which is why we’re proud to stand with the Human Rights Campaign and other leading organizations in support of the millions who identify as transgender, gender non-binary or intersex.
Women are taking on prominent economic roles at major banks from Wall Street to the City of London
Citi’s own Yasaman Hadjibashi, Head of Data and Analytics for the Global Consumer Bank, is one of many talented women who will take the stage.
These women are leaders in business and their communities and Citi is made better because of their contributions every day.
As the colleagues who make up world's most global bank, we understand how vital it is to deliver a wide range of ideas and solutions to our clients; it's what enables their growth and progress.
Citibank is committed to providing a progressive working environment for all our employees. Find out more about our commitment to providing an amazing employee experience at Citi here.
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