The ratio of women to men in executive positions in hospitals has risen in recent years, wrote the NRC on Thursday night, on the basis of the Hospital Leadership Monitor, by the year 2020. In 2014 there was a further 24 per cent of the directors of hospitals are women, by the end of 2019, this percentage is 36 per cent.
now that The monitor has concluded, on the basis of the annual reports of all 72 hospitals in the country. At the end of last year, we had a total of 229 women have been active in the board of directors and the board of trustees of the hospital. 72 chairman of the board, there were 21 women.
the report also shows that in each of the hospital by 2019 at least one female director or a supervisor had to write the NRC. Also, this is an increase compared to the previous years, in 2014, five hospitals, not a single woman in a managerial position.
there are more women in the board, it is the good news, according to the ex-ziekenhuisdirecteur Leonique Niessen, who, along with the TIAS School for Business and Society and Eindhoven University of technology, the report is made. "A diverse board leads to the fact that it is not only the financial results will be looked at as well as, hopefully, the human element in the organization," says Niessen at the paper.
you may Also have more women in top publicly-listed companies are
and The number of women in executive positions at publicly traded companies has also increased. Non-profit association of investor Eumediuon reported on Wednesday that the number of women on the board of directors at the AEX-companies-in a year's time, from 10 to 19 percent increase.
For publicly traded companies will apply as from 2021, a quota for the number of women in managerial positions: as of that year, should be at least one-third of the board shall be a woman.