Volume 95 Issue 36 | pp. 16-18
Issue Date: September 11, 2017

Women in the chemical industry 2017

Latest C&EN survey shows that women are slowly consolidating corporate gains
Department: Business
Keywords: Diversity, women in industry

Although chemical companies are far from having equal representation of women and men in leadership roles, C&EN’s 2017 survey of women in industry shows some gains in boardrooms and executive suites over the past year.

The survey finds an increase in the number of women serving as directors on corporate boards. Women hold a record 18.6% of seats on the boards of directors at the 42 U.S. companies with major chemical businesses included in the . . .

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