A diverse representation within Boardrooms is still very much an issue with which the majority of businesses are contending, particularly when it comes to the number of women in these key positions. This was something Thismoney.co.uk reported on early last year, where it claimed that some of Britain’s biggest businesses have come under fire for failing to hire women in their Boardrooms. In fact, almost 70 firms, each of whom has just one woman or no women at all sitting on their Board, received letters from the Investment Association (IA), criticising their lack of diversity. However, thankfully change is starting to happen as the government’s target for more female representation at Board level has been met. According to the BBC, one in three Board positions at the UK’s...
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