This is a video of a meeting of the House of Commons inquiry into 'Women in the Workplace' in November 2012. The speakers are, from left to right:
Heather MacGregor, owner of an executive recruitment company in London, Taylor Bennett. 20 of its 22 staff and directors are female. Gender equality in the workplace is a fine thing.
Dr Catherine Hakim, a world-renowned sociologist and developer of Preference Theory (2000). Her research showed that while four in seven British men are work-centred, only one in seven British women is. We would reasonably expect this factor alone to account for major corporate boards being 80% male / 20% female.When we factor in that almost two-thirds of private sector employees are men, and that until recent times men were far more numerous than women in the disciplines (notably Finance) which lead to boardroom positions, the proportion of men in the boardroom would rise to well over 90%. So if anything, women are now OVER-represented in British corporate boardrooms.
Steve Moxon, an independent researcher on gender matters. Author of 'The Woman Racket' (2008)
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