Quota system failing to bridge Norway’s corporate gender gap

It’s almost like men and women are different.
Choice trumps coercion everytime, especially when the women doing the nagging fail to do the very thing they prescribe for others. No one likes a hypocrite.

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Financial Post

While Norway’s election handed power to a coalition led by women, Scandinavia’s richest economy is reserving its top corporate jobs and biggest pay checks for men.

Norway is set to get its first female prime minister in 17 years as Conservative Party leader Erna Solberg, 52, takes over on Oct 18. Her coalition partner, the Progress Party, is led by 44-year-old Siv Jensen. Women also head Norway’s largest labor union and its biggest employers group.

Yet the corporate sphere remains a man’s world. Norway’s historic quota system for supervisory boards — a model that is now being copied elsewhere in Europe — is doing little to push women into executive roles. None of the 25 biggest companies on the Oslo bourse has a female chief executive, and only one has a woman as chief financial officer.

You can’t just say that if you have more women in politics, things are getting better

“You can’t just say that if you have…

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One response to “Quota system failing to bridge Norway’s corporate gender gap

  1. Pingback: Manosphere /fake MGTOW claim: Women can’t do science or Women can’t invent | Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar

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