Catalyst’s, The Bottom Line Report found that firms with the most women board directors had 16% higher ‘Return on Sales’ than those with the least, and 26% higher Return on Invested Capital.
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) November 14, 2017
PreemploymentDirectory.com, the background screening information portal for Human Resources professionals, announced the release of their landmark article, Kicking Glass: Women Thriving in Leadership Roles in the Background Screening Industry. The article was featured in the October edition of The Background Buzz, the leading news and information source for the background screening industry and in the Inside Background Screening column in Workplace Violence Today, the leading publication on workplace violence prevention.
In addition, HR.com published a version of the article with the title, ‘Women in Leadership Roles in the Background Screening Industry’ in the November edition of its’ Leadership Excellence publication.
The article features Clare Hart, CEO, Sterling Talent Solutions, the largest background screening firm in the world as well as many other women in C-suite level positions roles. While not based on statistical data it is apparent by the number of women in top positions that women are achieving at historic levels in the background screening industry. The majority of the woman included in the article are either Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operation Officers or in senior operational or strategic roles.
Each of these women offer insights into their journey to the top and also share what they have been reading as well as their favorite quotes.
W. Barry Nixon, COO, PreemploymentDirectory.com and author of the article, said, “This article is a testament to the competency, tenacity and hard word of women that have excelled at what they do and risen to the top of their organizations. The road was not easy for any of them, however, they persevered, worked hard and as Julie Hakman, CEO, American Checked stated “I
believe in persistence and determination, when I commit to something there is no going back, no quitting, no saying no.”
The article points out that the success of women in the industry is not confined to their respective companies, but is also demonstrated in the leadership of industry association that represents and is the voice of screening professionals, the National Association for Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). To date NAPBS has had sixteen Board Chairs and seven have been women or 44%. In addition, the Executive Director of NAPBS is Melissa Sorensen who is featured in the article.
Nixon, added, “This article should serve as an inspiration to all women and illustrate that it is possible to excel and be rewarded for hard work. The background screening industry is a shining example of what can happen when the glass ceiling is shattered.
You can download a copy of the article at PreemploymentDirectory.com in the Background Screening Publications section.
Please direct any questions about the article to W. Barry Nixon at 1-949-770-5264 or you can email him at wbnixon(at)PreemploymentDirectory(dot)com.
PreemploymentDirectory.com is the leading background screening information portal on the web and houses the leading directory of background screening companies designed to make it easy for organizations to quickly find a background screening provider to meet their needs. The Directory includes an information rich Background Screening Knowledge Center, U.S. and International Resource Centers that provide important information about conducting background checks in countries around the world and has a comprehensive Article Library.