Article preview: One area of business and finance where inequality is rife is a female representation at board-level for the largest UK companies. However, progress appears to be happening in this area, with the news that more than a third of board members across FTSE 350 companies are now women. The news means that the 33% target established by the Hamilton-Alexander review has been met overall. Despite progress, many individual FTSE 350 firms have failed to reach the target individually, with more than 4 in 10 firms falling behind.
Progress towards better female representation on company boards
This 646-word blog post looks at the latest data of female representation on FTSE 350 boards and the work taking place to improve representation. Written on 23rd September 2020.
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