by Amie Tsang, The New York Times
LONDON — “We have one woman already on the board, so we are done — it is someone else’s turn.”
“All the ‘good’ women have already been snapped up.”
“Most women don’t want the hassle or pressure of sitting on a board.”
Those were just a few of the worst explanations given to a British review investigating the lack of women on corporate boards in the country, the latest effort by British government officials to shame companies into addressing workplace gender disparities.
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