Worcester Business Journal Quotes Tim Van Dyck in “Boardroom Gap: Women Vastly Underrepresented in Central Mass. Corporate Leadership”

The Worcester Business Journal has quoted Tim Van Dyck in “Boardroom Gap: Women vastly underrepresented in Central Mass. corporate leadership.” The article discusses the skewed ratio of male vs. female presence in the corporate world and explores the gender makeup of more than 1,500 of the top executives and board members at 75 prominent Central Massachusetts business organizations.

Continue to the Worcester Business Journal website to read Tim Van Dyck’s commentary on these recent findings.

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Timothy P. Van Dyck

Tim Van Dyck, Employment & Labor Practice Area Leader, is a seasoned, Chambers USA-recognized trial lawyer who defends employers of all sizes against difficult and often sensitive employment disputes in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and throughout the U.S. With more than 30 years of experience under his belt, Tim has tried over 20 cases to verdict, involving sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation claims, contractual disputes and other contentious employment claims. He also regularly prosecutes and defends non-compete, non-solicit and trade secret matters.

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Tim Van Dyck, Employment & Labor Practice Area Leader, is a seasoned, Chambers USA-recognized trial lawyer who defends employers of all sizes against difficult and often sensitive employment disputes in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and throughout the U.S. With more than 30 years of experience under his belt, Tim has tried over 20 cases to verdict, involving sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation claims, contractual disputes and other contentious employment claims. He also regularly prosecutes and defends non-compete, non-solicit and trade secret matters.

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