SINGAPORE is still far from reaching a target of having 20 per cent of listed company boards represented by females by 2020, going by data released on Friday.

HOCK LOCK SIEW

SINGAPORE is a shining star in several indices on business competitiveness, but when it comes specifically to diversity and economic dynamism, perhaps the cheers are politely softer. Rightly so, for...

THE BOTTOM LINE

GENDER diversity in the workplace is certainly a global issue, but while intentions in South-east Asia are bold, there is evidence that it is taking some time for the effects to come through. Despite...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

WHEN it comes to addressing the gender imbalance on company boards, there are no easy answers. Some argue that official intervention amounts to interfering with the free market and could even impede...

SASS AND THE CITY

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WOMEN'S share of board seats in Singapore-listed companies has breached the 10 per cent mark for the first time since data collection began, the Diversity Action Committee (DAC) has reported...

WOMEN'S share of board seats among Singapore-listed companies exceeded 10 per cent for the first time since data has been collected, the Diversity Action Committee (DAC) reported on Wednesday...

MORE women are filling boardroom seats globally, but the representation of women on boards in the Asia-Pacific is still the lowest compared to the rest of the world.

IF you're a woman angling for a better shot at entering the corporate boardroom, you may have to own that backswing. ...