Even in global companies, it is crucial to ensure that opportunities for female employees to advance their careers at every level of the business.
The joint head of Europe’s biggest fashion website resigned his position to support his wife’s “professional ambitions”.
Though the proportion of women in boardrooms is slowly improving, many obstacles still remain for female executives looking to advance their careers and their organisations.
Even the largest companies are not immune to change. As the business world becomes more flexible and decentralised, CEOs must find new ways of promoting diversity and well-being in their workforces.
In honour of Pride Month, CEO Today examines the careers of LGBT+ CEOs and executives who now rank among the most powerful business leaders in the world.
It’s no secret that science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are industries primarily dominated by men.
The CIPD recently published their annual report on FTSE 100 CEO pay packages.
Appointing a female CEO has a significantly positive effect on non-family firms’ performance, but a negative impact on family businesses, according to new research from emlyon business school.
eFront recently published “Mind the Gap: a global survey of private equity reporting practices”.