The latest devel­op­ment in the can-​​women-​​have-​​it-​​all debate proves that female entre­pre­neurs actu­ally ben­efit from familial sup­port. A new study shows that among small– to medium-​​size enter­prises, women whose busi­nesses receive direct sup­port from their family mem­bers had better per­for­mance in the work­place, greater growth, higher sat­is­fac­tion with their status, and higher sat­is­fac­tion with their employee rela­tions. Male entre­pre­neurs with fam­i­lies exhib­ited lower markers of enrich­ment. The researchers sug­gest that these find­ings could be useful in restruc­turing busi­ness models to max­i­mize growth.


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