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[IWS] CATALYST: 2013 FORTUNE 500 WOMEN BOARD DIRECTORS & WOMEN EXECUTIVE OFFICERS AND TOP EARNERS [10 December 2013]
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2013 CATALYST CENSUS: FORTUNE 500 WOMEN BOARD DIRECTORS [10 December 2013]
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2013 CATALYST CENSUS: FORTUNE 500 WOMEN EXECUTIVE OFFICERS AND TOP EARNERS [10 December 2013]
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Press Release 10 December 2013
Catalyst 2013 Census of Fortune 500: Still No Progress After Years of No Progress
Yet some companies prove “the new normal” is women in top leadership
NEW YORK (December 10, 2013)—While companies based in other countries move ahead with plans to advance women to top leadership, progress in the F500 remains flat, according to the 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors and the 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Executive Officers and Top Earners.
Among the findings:
· Women held only 16.9% of corporate board seats in 2013, indicating no significant year-over-year uptick for the 8th straight year. And only 14.6% of Executive Officer positions were held by women—the 4th consecutive year of no year-over-year growth.
· Women of color continued to fare particularly poorly, holding just 3.2% of all board seats.
· 10% of companies had no women serving on their boards; more than 2/3 of companies had no women of color directors.
· Women held only 8.1% of top earner slots—again no change from prior year.
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