Drawing on the extensive data on gender variations contained within the E-reward Summit Database, Steve Glenn – E-reward’s Head of Executive Remuneration Research – has produced a more far-reaching and granular analysis than that presented by the latest Hampton-Alexander report. In addition, the report includes commentary from Duncan Brown, Head of HR Consultancy at the Institute for Employment Studies.
Using details relating to around 3,400 executive and non-executive directors in FTSE 350, we hope it goes deeper than the already comprehensive Hampton-Alexander analysis because as well as the prominent roles covered by the official report we also examine:
Our main conclusion is that while the proportion of female directors is on an upward trend, for both executive and non-executive roles, women tend to be employed in positions with less responsibility and influence. We shall continue to monitor this area as well as extending our analysis to all FTSE SmallCap directors and executive directors in Fledgling and AIM firms.
Title: Women on FTSE 350 Boards: Roles, tenure, share ownership and gender pay
Published by: E-reward.co.uk
Format: 40-page PDF report
Price: Free of charge
Date: 29 November 2017