This paper from March 2019 looks at women's participation in the UK labour market and in business - an interesting read!
The commercial imperative for realising women’s potential in the workplace is clear: gender equality enhances employee engagement, boosts productivity, meets the diverse needs of customers and suppliers, and improves brand reputation. There are more women on company boards than ever before, but they still only make up 32% of FTSE 100 boards and the percentage of female executive directors in the FTSE 100 sits at just 10.9%. Check out the article here
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