Credit where it’s due

The lack of women at management level makes depressing reading. But a mentoring pilot at Clydesdale Bank is successfully addressing the imbalance between the sexes. Kate Hilpern Only 12 per cent of board directors are female, and one in four FTSE boards has no women at all. The 2008 Female FTSE Report by Cranfield School of Management found that at the current rate of improvement, we will not reach gender equality at board level until 2050. Some sectors are worse than others, notably the UK finance industry, but so marked is the exclusion of women from management generally in the UK that […]

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