Despite research showing that over half of Gen Z workers would not accept a role in a company without diverse leadership, businesses still have a long way to go on the issue of gender diversity in the boardroom. As a new World Economic Forum article by Andrea Willige outlines, women’s share of boardroom seats have increased in small increments over the past five years, but women are still underrepresented on boards, especially women of colour. This slow progress seems counterintuitive when you consider that there is a wealth of research demonstrating the benefits of having women board directors.

Read the full article: More than DEI: Why it pays to get women in the boardroom