Gender parity in top FTSE 350 jobs pushed back by four years despite 'opportunity for meaningful change'

Women account for 5% of CEO roles

Lauren Mason
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The Pipeline's Margaret McDonagh and Lorna Fitzsimons
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The Pipeline's Margaret McDonagh and Lorna Fitzsimons

The predicted year for gender parity among executive roles within FTSE 350 companies has been pushed back by four years to 2036, according to the latest report from The Women Count, despite the pandemic providing “an opportunity to push forward with meaningful change”.

The annual research series, which is conducted by diversity consultancy The Pipeline, also found that women currently account for 5% of CEO positions among the UK's large- and mid-cap listed companies...

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