Going Backwards? Maybe, For U.K. Gender Diversity In the Boardroom

It gets very boring, the repetition. There’s a strong sense of déjà vu in the media headlines : ‘women’s progress in the boardroom stalls.’ Again. As I said in my last post on gender diversity in the boardroom on Forbes, almost exactly a … Read More

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UK boards stall in recruitment of female directors

Survey finds hires fall for first time as Britain lags behind Europe The rate at which women are being promoted to the boards of the UK’s largest companies has slowed for the first time. Women made up 29 per cent … Read More

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Britain’s Boardrooms Must Adopt Targets On Ethnicity

Runnymede Trust calls for action to boost diversity after study reveals more than half of FTSE 100 firms do not have any BAME directors on their boards FTSE 100 COMPANIES need to adopt ethnic targets to be economically competitive and … Read More

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UK lags behind Europe on workplace gender equality

Hallidays set a great example as the UK lags behind Europe on workplace gender equality Recent press commented on the ’Gender pay gap 5% for millennials’. “The gender pay gap for women in their 20’s has halved to five per … Read More

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