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|... a view that Australia did not offer the talent pool of qualified women to achieve the targets we set," said 30% Club Australia chair, Nicola Wakefield Evans, said "With nearly 500 ASX 200 board positions now held by women, that myth is well and truly ...|
|... know that a shortage of qualified, board-ready women has never been the problem," said Nicola Wakefield Evans, 30% Club Australia chair. "One of the most significant barriers to women's progression to boards has been unconscious bias in recruitment practices ...|
|... encouraging to see that the ASX 300 is very close to reaching 30% women on boards," said Nicola Wakefield Evans, 30% Club Australia chair. "We will continue to target those companies on the ASX who fail to recognise not only the obvious benefits of board ...|
|... according to the latest data from the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). Nicola Wakefield Evans, 30% Club Australia chair The latest statistics, from the end of July, show a slight uptick from the previous quarter, where women were recorded ...|
|... our voluntary target of 30 per cent in December was a tremendous achievement," said Nicola Wakefield Evans, 30% Club Australia chair. "There is more work to be done though and the 30% club is now extending our focus on encouraging all individual boards ...|
|... benefits of gender diversity," Armour said. The 30% target should be considered a floor, not a ceiling, said 30% Club Australia Chair Nicola Wakefield Evans. "While this is significant step in our journey, it's important to remember that 30% is the floor ...|
|... sustainably it is important that they consider the deepest possible talent pool of directors." Meanwhile, the 30% Club Australia has set a new target for ASX 201- 300 companies to meet the target of having 30% women representation on boards by the end ...|
|The 30% Club Australia is calling on the investment community to engage with boards on the issue of diversity as the pace of female appointments slows. The 30% Club Australia is campaigning for 30% women on ASX200 boards by the end of 2018. Their call ...|
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