In reality, men and women who've been raised to or just gotten used to aligning their personal and professional values will have an advantage in translating them for broader corporate responsibility.
November 2, 2012 - Andrea Learned - Huffington Post
The corporations named to CR Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List have seen the benefits of social, environmental and fiscal responsibility, and they have a secret that is not little. Such corporations have identified human values as the connective tissue that attracts the best talent, builds community support and brand loyalty, and will lead their organizations to a more sustainable future.
Interestingly, the findings of the CR Magazine/AllegisTalent2 survey provide timely insight into how women may, in fact, be responsible for causing a shift in how corporations recruit and maintain their talent pool. Specifically, the survey found that 83% of women (compared with 75% of respondents overall) said they would not take a job with an ill-reputed corporation, even if they were unemployed. Yes. Even if they were unemployed... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/andrea-learned/commitment-to-human-value_b_2052231.html