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Theresa May calls for company governance change

The working class on boards – Now that would be diversity.   Theresa May, in her first campaign speech, which about an hour later unexpectedly became her last campaign speech, pr...

What is preventing diversity at board level?

Organisations are just not trying hard enough to recruit a diverse mix of people at board level. HR needs to switch off the spotlight and turn on the floodlights to find new talent, says Fiona Ha...

Females need to do more for themselves to get on boards!

The argument is won. Sort of. Most boards – whether enthusiastically or reluctantly – admit they need more women at the top of their organisation. Some because they know it just makes busi...

In order to get more women on boards quotas are essential!

Gender inequality. It's a problem that's not going away; an inconvenient truth undermining claims of progress in 21st-century Britain and a persistent reminder of how far we have to go. When I was yo...

Global Diversity in the boardroom has a very long way to go!

A new report on global diversity in the boardroom from INAC, an international network of executive search consultancies, has found that while progress on the gender divide is being made – only 5...

Reasons as to why workforce gender diversity is key to more women on boards?

Quotas or percentages alone may just be corporate tokenism Professional services firm KPMG recently announced that it had appointed a female global chairman and CEO in the US, and a few months earlie...

Quotas cannot keep females in the boardroom?

Quotas may produce more women at board level, but are not enough to keep them there, according to research. The study, commissioned by BNY Mellon and Newton Investment Management explored more than 1...

Britain ranked 9th in the world for 'female economic power'

A new study, led by the University of Cambridge, is the first to take a global view of women on boards - and Britain has been found wanting. Claire Cohen reports Britain has ranked ninth in a landm...

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