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schillingreport 2024

According to the schillingreport 2024, the 100 largest Swiss employers are meeting the national gender guidelines. 7 years, or 2 years before the end of the transition period, 20 % of the executive board members, and 31 % of the supervisory board members are female. While this may seem like a major breakthrough, it harbours important areas for concern: the fluctuation among female executive board members has reached an unprecedented high, the number of female chairpersons, female CEOs, and CFOs is declining, and boards are becoming increasingly older across all samples. The trend in gender diversity is also levelling off in the SMI. Encouragingly, the share of women in top management positions in public administration has risen to 25 %.