Women are to take on more leadership roles in Germany's biggest companies. In coalition talks conservatives and social democrats have agreed a 30% quota for women on Germany's supervisory boards.
Angela Merkel may be a shining example of female political leadership, but her country lags behind when it comes to female representation in the corporate world, according to a new report.
A 30 percent quota enabling women to get their share of supervisory jobs in top German firms is beginning to work, according to German cabinet members. The legislative goal-setting requirement came into effect last year.
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