The drop in the number of women on our largest boards is a wake up call

31 October 2019

The number of women on the boards of ASX 200 companies has gone backwards.

It’s proof once again that progress achieved on gender diversity in leadership does not necessarily mean it will be sustained, nor will it be guaranteed to continue.

Women currently hold 29.5 per cent of board seats at Australia’s largest companies according to AICD’s latest Gender Diversity Quarterly Report — down from 29.7 per cent in July 2019.

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