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'No black FTSE100 CEOs' | Shocking data shows why diversity needs to be on your radar

Shocking data shows why diversity needs to be on your radar

Leadership has a stark diversity issue. With the rise of equal pay reporting and increased awareness around institutionalised racism within the workplace, it may be assumed that diverse representation within leadership had improved. However, the latest study from Green Park unveiled that for the first time in six years, not a single FTSE100 company has a black executive holding a top position.

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