Friday December 6, 2019

Number of women at senior management unchanged in two years

Irish businesses should take heed of the findings, KPMG says

20th July, 2016
Authenticity around the top table? Pic: Shutterstock

The number of women in senior management at some of Britain's biggest companies has remained stagnant over the past two years, new research claims.

The study, conducted by KPMG and leadership consultancy YSC in collaboration with two gender balance advocacy groups, looked at the level of female participation in executive committees over the past two years.

The research also examined 850 roles across the executive committees of FTSE 100 companies and analysed diversity data from...

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