An independent review is pressing ahead with proposals to ensure talented women at the top of business are recognised, promoted and rewarded.
Companies listed on the FTSE 100 should have at least 33% of their executive pipeline positions filled by women by 2020, a UK government-backed review has recommended.
The independent review, headed up by Sir Philip Hampton, chairman of GlaxoSmithKline, and Dame Helen Alexander, chairman of UBM, is progressing proposals to ensure talented women at the top of business are recognised, promoted and rewarded.
The focus of the review is on senior women below the company board.
Statistics released today show 25% of those currently sitt
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