1. One in 10 of Britain’s Biggest Firms Falling Short on Boardroom Gender Targets

    One in 10 of Britain’s Biggest Firms Falling Short on Boardroom Gender Targets

    One in 10 of Britain’s biggest firms falling short on boardroom gender targets Oil giant BP is among 35 companies being taken to task for failing to meet gender targets (Nick Ansell/PA) 0 comments Oil giant BP and retailer Sports Direct are among 35 of the UK’s biggest companies being taken to task for failing to meet targets to increase the number of women in the boardroom...

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    1. Whilst the majority of FTSE companies are taking great strides to address the lack of women on boards and in their leadership teams, it is disappointing to see a significant minority of companies still making slow or no progress.
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