UK Companies accused of box ticking over female appointments

Posted by Aktis Team on 11 July 2019

According to the annual study by Cranfield University’s School of Management, women serve shorter tenures than men and are less likely promoted to senior roles. The number of women in chair roles among the FTSE 100 companies has fallen and only 48 companies have reached the target of a third of women on their boards. Cranfield concluded that only one in 10 women on FTSE boards were from black, Asia or other minority ethnic backgrounds.

The Financial Times, Daniel Thomas, July 11th 2019

Topics: News Watch, UK