Bill proposes minimum of one-third women in leadership positions in large companies

Photo: Czech Women’s Lobby

A new bill recently drafted by the Czech government aims to see a minimum of one-third women in upper management positions in large companies. The draft aims to bring Czechia more in line with other EU countries, where the representation of women on company boards is already closer to 33 percent, while Czechia languishes at 21 percent. I spoke to Hana Stelzerová, director of the Czech Women’s Lobby, to find out how effective this proposal might be – and whether it goes far enough.

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Author: Anna Fodor