FTSE 350 companies asked for female leaders data

Will feature in the February 2023 report

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FTSE 350 companies have been asked to submit details to a review of how many women compared to men have roles in Britain’s corporate leadership.

The FTSE Women Leaders Review monitors women's representation across Britain's leading companies, in a bid to improve female presence at the highest levels. It has today (1 November) opened for all FTSE 350 companies to voluntarily provide transparent data on the issue.  Also for the first time, 50 of the UK's largest private companies have been asked to submit their leadership gender data, including John Lewis Partnership, Virgin Atlantic and Specsavers. 10,000 Black Interns launches new programme for disabled students Since 2011, when just 9% of FTSE 350 board roles were held ...

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