Mar 8, 2013

Which ASX companies offer the biggest opportunities to women?

A number of Australian businesses are now reporting -- and improving -- the representation of women on boards and across their workforces. But there's still plenty of work to be done.

Gender diversity among publicly listed companies is still in its infancy, a report by accounting firm KPMG reveals.

Listed companies have shown they are fairly good at complying the gender diversity component of the Australian Securities Exchange corporate governance guidelines, but little has changed in terms of total numbers of women on boards, in senior executive and management roles.

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