Chuy’s, a 51-unit Tex-Mex chain growing at about 10 locations per year, attributes much of its expansion success to the diversity of its employees. Austin, Texas-based Chuy’s Holdings Inc., which went public in July 2012 and has units in 14 states, currently has women in six of its 10 leadership positions. Additionally, more than 30 percent of general managers are women. The company “has always had a strong mix and strong balance of gender diversity,” Steve Hislop, ...

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