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"Collegiality" hinders appointments of female executivesBY KANIKA SOOD | MONDAY, 30 APR 2018 3:15PM
When selecting new board members, a majority (66.7%) of ASX 200 company boards tend to gravitate towards candidates whom they know - a situation which hinders the selection of female employees to male-dominated boards, according to a new survey from the 30% Club.
Read more: AICD, 30 % Club, ASX Corporate Governance Council, Australian Institute of Company, Elizabeth Proust, Susan Oliver
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