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[IWS] EWCO: TOO FEW WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS ACROSS THE EU [20 January 2014]

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European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions [Dublin Foundation]

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TOO FEW WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSITIONS ACROSS THE EU [20 January 2014]

http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/ewco/2013/11/EU1311031I.htm

 

A new report from the European Commission looks at the number of women in leadership positions in the European Union. While the Commission points to the evidence that more women are reaching top positions, it underlines the fact that more needs to be done to tackle a significant disparity across EU Member States. It says the under-representation of women in corporate decision-making represents a significant economic cost to companies and to the economy as a whole. Regulation at EU level may be the only way to solve the problem.

 

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