Corporate executives like to say gender diversity is one of their top priorities. They mount publicity campaigns, tout their equal pay measures and start up women's networks to help promote female leaders.
But the view of those agendas — and companies' success at achieving them — is starkly different when it comes to male and female employees, according to a survey released last week.
The survey, by consulting giant McKinsey and the Sheryl Sandberg-funded women's organization Lean In, shows a sharp divide between how men and women view their companies' efforts at advancing women.
The annual report, which in 2017 surveyed more than 70,000 employees working at 76...