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Workplace Racial Composition

t here is little representation of Caribbean black women in the corporate leadership. Flabbi, Claudia and Scott (2017) attempted to estimate if the measures of female corporate leadership at the firm are associated with the organizational performance in America and the Caribbean region. The researchers found that despite gender parity in the general working population, the higher people look at the leadership in terms of ranks within an organization, the lower the number of women they will find. According to Flabbi, Claudia and Scott (2017), this underrepresentation of women in higher positions is more pronounced among black Caribbean women and Latin Americans. Although the American continent is one of the most important regions in the world, the researchers assert that women are not fairly represented in company leadership despite having comparatively the same levels of education as their male counterparts. Moreover, they conclude that under-representation is most common among Caribbean women.