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How to ensure senior positions attract applications from women

The issue of gender equality in the employment market remains prominent. Despite employers making a conscious effort to diversify their senior leadership teams, and level the playing field when it comes to gender equality, it seems that there is still much to be done. This is backed by the stats.

According to 2018 research from Catalyst, women hold 24% of senior roles across the globe, which decreased from 25% in 2017. But, there is improvement - in 2018, 75% of businesses reported having at least one woman in senior management roles compared with 66% in 2017.

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Comments (1)

  • Sir
    Sir
    Thu, 6 Jun 2019 1:41pm BST
    And why would I want to "..ensure senior positions attract applications from women.." ?
    I have a job that needs to done, it has certain demands about it. I just want the best person I can find to do that job - irrespective of their gender, ethnicity, sexuality or (surprise, surprise) their favourite colour.
    "More women" seems to be an answer seeking a question.

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