Management’s missing women

Exclusive FT data show how slow progress has been

Three multinationals show how corporate leadership is critical to achieve diversity

Executives discuss what works and what does not

Allegations of sexism and ingrained inequality haunt start-ups in particular

FT readers reflect on management’s missing women

Boards of Aim-quoted companies are 6% female

Accommodation group’s push to attract women contrasts with rest of Silicon Valley

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Study finds difference is wider than national average

FT research reveals failure to close gender gap in middle and senior roles

Anger and cynicism abound in financial groups, where ‘unconscious bias’ protects the glass ceiling

The gender pay gap in finance is one of the worst, with women paid 34% less than men

Research backs long-held beliefs that inclusivity is a big plus for performance