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Should businesses be required to have women on their board of directors?

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Gender Workplace Diversity Poll Results for Green voters

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Learn more about Gender Workplace Diversity

In 2007 the Spanish government passed a diversity law requiring boards to fill 40% of their directorships with women. Since the law passed many analysts have observed that the percentage of women on board of directors has actually declined. Critics of the law argue this is because it did not contain any enforcement mechanisms and companies are not served penalties for failing to meet the quotas. In Norway 35.5% of boards contain women directors which is the highest percentage in the world.  See recent gender diversity news

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