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WA companies short of gender target

Only four out of Western Australia's top 20 companies currently meet a gender target set by the Australian Institute of Company Directors, which wants women to fill 30 per cent of board positions on S&P/ASX 200 companies within three years.

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Thank you for this very clear story outlining the challenge WA companies face in role modelling gender diversity from the top down. Chairman Bob Every has led Wesfarmers from the front in ensuring Wesfarmers has a diverse board - his support has been very important to me. Bob has shown the way at all companies he's been involved with.

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