Addressing the Shortfall of Women in Leadership

Addressing the Shortfall of Women in Leadership

In February 2016, the government appointed Sir Philip Hampton and the late Dame Helen Alexander to chair an independent review which focused on encouraging increased female representation on FTSE boards and women in senior executive positions. Targets were set and stretched and it was encouraging that last week’s 2019 Hampton-Alexander Review shows some positive progress. (more…)...
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HR Magazine – Some FTSE firms still taking “one and done” approach to women on boards

HR Magazine – Some FTSE firms still taking “one and done” approach to women on boards

  There are still a large number of FTSE 350 firms with just one woman on their boards, according to the Hampton-Alexander Review’s mid-year update. It has revealed that since the review and the Investment Association wrote to 69 companies with one woman or less on the board outlining their concerns in mid-March this year, 20 have now appointed women but 14 companies have not yet responded. (more…)...
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