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Asia needs more females on Boards in order to remain competitive

Asia needs more females on Boards in order to remain competitive

The number of female employees in the Boardrooms of Asian business is a growing concern for employers.

Japan Today reports that Asia needs to place more women in Boardrooms in order to remain competitive in their respective markets. Recruitment firm Hays reports that 80% of the top jobs in Asia are held by men, whilst a total of 81% of female respondents to the reports said they feel there are significant barriers in the way of their success.

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