Parker Review

Growing diversity on FTSE 100 boards except the top jobs

Ethnic minority representation on FTSE 100 boards is growing this year but “progress remains slower in the key functional roles of boards” according to new data from the Parker Review

FTSE set to miss ‘One by 2021’ boardroom ethnic diversity target

New Parker Review report reveals ‘slow progress’ on ethnic diversity targets, with over a third of FTSE boards still lacking ethnic representation.

‘Old boy’s network’ leaves BAME workers 92% less likely to land boardroom job

BAME employees face routine discrimination by an “institutionally racist old boy’s network”, claims a new study by Anuranjita Kumar.

The damage unconscious bias is having on the leadership of tomorrow

Only 51% of the FTSE 100 companies have Directors from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, and only 8% of the total Director population in the UK.