Openwork grows number of female advisers by more than a third

Between 2014 and 2018

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Openwork has grown its number of female advisers from 22% across its network in 2014 to 30% by the end of 2018, and a total of 1,188 women now work for the organisation.

The estimated gender split for female advisers across the sector as a whole is just 11%, the firm said. Within Openwork Group, 30% of the executive management team are women and over the next 12 months the company has said, through its recruitment policy, it is committing to further increasing female representation to ensure there is ‘a strong pipeline of future female leaders'. "International Women's Day is an opportunity for us to review progress so far and commit to maintain the drive to further enhance female representation across the business," said Openwork chief executive Mark ...

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