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How women impact corporate Boards

Over the years, gender parity at Board-level has been an issue.

In some instances, employers have made progress when it comes to achieving gender parity at Board-level, but new research has revealed that there is still a long way to go.

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Comments (1)

  • Nathan
    Nathan
    Tue, 17 Dec 2019 4:05pm GMT
    I moved into a new position in the company back in 2016 but very quickly came to the realisation that it was not for me. This triggered a search for the answer to what I wanted to do when I grew up. Not a good position to be in for a 49 yr old with a family and mortgage. I listened to a radio 4 program of the same ilk in the hopes it would give me the answer but it was more a commentary on the death of good careers advice in schools.
    Alas our current education system does fail our children in preparing them for the world and the possibilities that are out there. I am envious of those who are certain of their path in life and achieve it. For those who don't know there is not enough help out there to show them all the possibilities and paths to realise those options.
    For me I am still looking. Doing on line tests etc, trying to find that spark of interest that I can then turn into a career direction. Alas drinking beer and playing the ukulele (badly) is not a viable option for me. If anyone has any advice then I am all ears :-)

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