White men have become an "endangered species" in recruitment for top business roles Tesco’s chairman John Allan has said.
A report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology showed that between 2012–2015, women made up 47 per cent of the UK's workforce but only 13 per cent of STEM workers.
The presence of more women in senior positions helps to break down the “think-leader-think-male” mindset, but much more needs to be done.
FTSE 100 companies should have at least 33 per cent of their executive pipeline positions filled by women by 2020, the Hampton-Alexander review has recommended.
Jayne Anne-Gadhia, CEO of Virgin Money, has said that women should be more vocal about pay and promotions in order to move ahead at their companies.
In addition to being a source of joy for many, it turns out children can be a major contributor to why women earn less than men.A study from the Institute of Fiscal Studies found that women’s pay [...]
The Female FTSE report 2016, released today, indicates FTSE 100 companies have hit the 25 per cent Davies target for female representation on boards but the drive towards improved inclusion is [...]