• Singapore ties with Italy in having most women as CEOs: Global study

    24 October 2019 |  by TODAY Singapore 

    SINGAPORE — In a new global study, Singapore has tied with Italy for top spot in having the highest proportion of companies with women as chief executive officers (CEOs).

    In both countries, 15 per cent of firms are headed by female CEOs — but some Singapore women’s groups said that the country should be doing far better given the number of well-educated, highly competent women here.

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  • Let shareholders decide on diversity in boardrooms

    26 September 2019 |  by The Straits Times

    If greater female participation in corporate boards indeed enhances shareholder value, why not let the intended beneficiaries - the shareholders - decide (Gender quotas needed to get more women into boardrooms: Forum, Sept 20)?

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  • Gender quotas needed to get more women into boardrooms: Forum

    20 September 2019 |  by The Straits Times

    Policymakers across the region should adopt quotas on corporate boards to reduce the gender gap in leadership positions, said female speakers at a forum yesterday.

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  • More women directors being added to boards: Report

    23 September 2019 |  by The Straits Times

    CBD Co-Chair Mildred Tan discussed the challenges of effective board renewal as well as how diversity and performance are synonymous with Channel NewsAsia Singapore Tonight on 23 September.

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  • Singapore is second-worst globally for workplace diversity; 1 in 4 workers bullied: poll

    17 September 2019 |  by The Straits Times

    SINGAPORE is the second-worst performing country in terms of workplace diversity and inclusion (D&I) practices, based on a poll of employees in 14 countries by Kantar, a data, insights and consulting firm.

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