Colt Technology Services cited for women in leadership success

Colt Technology Services cited for women in leadership success

 March 22, 2023

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Colt Technology Services is a prime employer for women, and has been referenced in the FTSE Women Leaders Review

The FTSE Women Leaders Review is an independent, business-led framework supported by the Government, which sets recommendations for Britain’s largest companies to improve the representation of Women on Boards and in Leadership positions.

Making a contribution to UK business 

A list of Top 50 private companies are included in the Review for a first time. All are large employers making a real contribution to UK business and the economy, with Colt Technology listed as one of the 50 successful companies forging gender parity. 

"It is encouraging the top 50 private companies are reporting for the first time, keeping pace with publicly listed companies. With no requirement to report, businesses in the UK are driving greater diversity on Boards – not because they should, but because they recognise the value of doing so," said KPMG UK Chair, Bina Mehta.

Chief Executive of the FTSE Women Leaders Review, Denise Wilson OBE, said: "Many of the complex barriers to women’s progression have been removed. Some of the harder ones remain, family-friendly working practices, a less gendered workplace culture, affordable childcare, job security and equal parenting. These must be the focus going forward if we are to celebrate the same progression for Women in Leadership in 2025. It will take the resolve and collective effort of business, government and others to address these."

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At Colt Technology Services employees work in diverse teams from different cultures and countries.

The company values and actively supports women's contribution in the workplace. 

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