FTSE 100 retail companies still failing to increase leadership diversity but US retailers are leading the way.
4th February 2018 20 seconds read
Green Park’s Leadership 10,000, an in-depth analysis of the ethnocultural and gender diversity of the most senior positions in the FTSE 100, finds that over the last three years the number of black and ethnic minority board members in the retail sector has risen by only 1.4 percentage points.This means it now sits at 4.8% despite the UK working population being 13% non-white.
This article was published in Drapers on 23rd of January 2018. To read the full Drapers article, click here.