We are delighted to be Signatories to the Voluntary Code to Improve Gender Balance in FTSE Leadership
HopkinsLongworth is delighted to be supporting the Hampton-Alexander Review, which builds on the excellent work of the Davies Review, to increase the number of women on FTSE boards and with a new focus to improve women's representation in senior leadership positions.
Although gender balance on FTSE Boards has undergone a significant shift in the last five years it is clear there is still more work to do and to sustain progress appointing more women in leadership roles below the Board, remains the longer-term challenge.
We are proud to have joined over 40 Executive Search Firms as signatories to the Voluntary Code of Conduct for Search Firms to support and encourage increasing female leadership. The full list is available to review by clicking through here
It is wonderful to see and be part of a fundamental cultural change taking place at the heart of British businesses however it is clear that we need to do more to harness the skills of women for the benefit of business and the UK economy.
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