The 100 largest Swiss employers will reach the required gender guidelines of 30% on the supervisory board and 20% on the executive board in 2024. In the 18th edition of the schillingreport, they are at 29% females on the supervisory board and 19% on the executive board. On the supervisory boards, the share of females rises for the first time by 3 percentage points to 29%, as 46% of vacancies have been filled with women – a record. On executive boards, the share of women increases from 17% to 19%, thanks to 27% of women among the newly appointed managers – the second highest figure in 18 years. «It is crucial that companies succeed in establishing ‹diversity› as a part of the corporate culture and anchoring it in the DNA of the firm. Women and men making up 40 to 60% of both management bodies will be the norm in the future», says Schilling.