11:30 am, November 28th | by Sarah Devlin
There’s a growing push from the EU to regulate the percentage of women who are members of corporate boards. But will quotas close the gender gap or make the problem of gender discrimination in the workplace worse?
3:05 pm, November 28th | by Hillary Reinsberg
At this point, we don’t need to be convinced that having women represented on company boards is a good thing. But mandating quotas in the U.S.? It’s a bad idea.
1:07 pm, November 15th | by Hillary Reinsberg
It should be surprise to no one to hear that women are hugely underrepresented on corporate boards. A group of British lobbyists are trying to fix that — and not just with the hopes of providing some artificial semblance of equality. They say women can actually combat the “macho culture” that they’re blaming for the financial crisis.
That’s a pretty big statement. What should we make of it?