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In the past year, more women than men have been appointed to the executive boards of German companies, according to an HR consultancy. Only four DAX companies still have no woman on the board.
– The proportion of women on the executive boards of the 40 largest listed German companies rose from 19 to 22.7 percent last year. This is the result of an evaluation by the personnel consultancy Russell Reynolds as of January 1st, which was published over the weekend. In the past year, more women than men have been appointed to the board. Two DAX companies – Siemens Healthineers and Fresenius Medical Care – even have 50 percent women.
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