Although women make a large part of workforce, still few of them reach at top hierarchical positions, as only 15 percent of board of director members among the Fortune 500 are women. Among the 100 largest companies in Great Britain, women hold approximately only 12 percent of board of director’s seats. In European Union (EU) more generally, only 9.7 percent of the directors of the 300 largest companies are women. Similarly in Pakistan, situation is more pitiful and only a few women reach to the highest positions in organizations.
Keeping in view the above circumstances, you are required to answer the following questions:
a. Given that women participate in the labor force in roughly the same proportion as men, why do you think women occupy a few seats in the board of directors/top hierarchical positions?
b. What measures, beyond legal remedies, can be taken to increase women’s representation in board of directors/top hierarchical positions?
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