Tuesday August 11, 2020

Irish boardrooms see no growth in female executives

New figures from the European Commission show that while the number of women on company boards is increasing across the EU, it remains static in Ireland.

25th January, 2013
EU Commissioner Viviane Reding: companies "cannot ignore" female talent

New figures from the European Commission show that while the number of women on company boards is increasing across the EU, it remains static in Ireland at just nine per cent.

The mid-term figures show that Ireland has recorded no change in its corporate gender balance since January 2012.

19 per cent of British boardrooms have female executives, while 25 per cent of French boardrooms and 29 per cent of Finnish boardrooms have female executives. At...

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