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    These companies have a high percentage of women in top jobs

    Some data from the 2015 Top 100 women-led businesses in Mass. list.

    BOARD ROOM DOMINANCE

    Companies with 100 percent female boards of directors or advisers in 2014:

    > Avedis Zildjian Co.

    > E.T.& L. Corp.

    > Pinck & Co.

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    > United Personnel Services

    TOP OF THE HEAP

    Companies with 100 percent female upper management in 2014:

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    > Lancaster Packaging

    > Norwell Visiting Nurse Association

    > PeopleSERVE

    > United Personnel Services

    INNOVATION ACCOLADES

    We gave these organizations the highest scores for innovations they rolled out in 2014:

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    > Atlas Travel & Technology Group

    > Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization

    > Brigham and Women’s Health Care

    > Copyright Clearance Center

    > Data Intensity

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    > E.T.&L. Corp.

    > Harvest Power

    > Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    > Motion Recruitment Partners

    > Boston Children’s Hospital

    > The Greater Boston Food Bank

    > Vecna

    > Zipcar

    WORKFORCE MAJORITY

    Companies with 75 percent or more female workforce:

    > Bright Horizons Family Solutions

    > Norwell Visiting Nurse Association

    > Partners Community Physicians Organization

    > PGR Media

    > Atlantic Charter Insurance Co.

    > D’Youville Life & Wellness Community

    > Jewish Family & Children’s Service

    > Mount Auburn Hospital

    > Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank

    > Candlewick Press

    > Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Boston

    > Travel Leaders/Happy Holidays Travel

    > Codman Square Health Center

    > The Children’s Trust

    > KNF&T Staffing Resources

    > The Dimock Center

    > The TJX Cos.

    > New England Baptist Hospital

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