UK missing £47bn in pre-tax profit due to lack of women in top exec roles

For the 5th year running the ‘Women Count 2020’ reveals gender diversity at top levels of British business needs urgent attention

Has the FTSE 100 boardroom gender gap really narrowed?

While females now account for a third of board membership among the UK’s elite companies, a staggering 88% of their roles are in a non-executive capacity, finds DiversityQ.

35% of the top 100 UK companies fail to mention matters related to LGBTQ+

Research unveiled has identified that 35% of FTSE 100 companies have failed to include any reference to matters relating to the LGBTQ+ community within their annual reports.

FTSE diversity targets ignore the real issues

Diversity targets fail because they don’t address the actual barrier: the bias in hiring processes says AnyGood.

FTSE companies urged to appoint more women leaders

A government-backed review has urged FTSE 350 companies to do more to meet the target of a third of women leaders by 2020.