IpshitaAdministratorMarch 28, 2022 at 9:00 PM
The table shows the percentage of women in senior management positions in three companies from 1975 to 2015.
While more women were in senior positions at Finsbury Ltd than the other two companies in 1975 at 16%, the trend was fairly erratic with a 2% drop to 14% in 1980, followed by a rise of 1% five years later. In 1985 was increased up to 14%. In 1990, the percentage of seniors women was doubled by 28%. In the final year of 2015, the results show enormous growth of 64% of women in the senior department.
The extremely high percentage for that year, in contrast with that in the following 10 years it noticed a little bit of dropped to that percentage. in 1990 has risen to 22% and in the final year, they reached 26%.
Looking at Bamforth Ltd., the data shows us every year from 1975 to 2000 women’s senior positions was increased by 2% every 5 years. However, in 2015 the women’s power in management reached 46%.
Overall, seeing all the graphs data we can see Eldan Ltd. had the most significant rise in senior women management positions in all these 10 years.
By contrast, at Eldan Ltd women fared much better. In 1975, 3% of senior posts were occupied by women with no change five years on. By 1985, the figure had increased to 14%, doubling to 28% in 1990. Ten years afterwards, there was a 5% increase in female senior management jobs with a near twofold jump in 2015 to stand at 64%, the highest for the three companies.
The situation was less remarkable at Bamforth Ltd than the other two firms except for the year 2015. In 1975, the percentage of senior posts held by women was 9% climbing at the rate of 2% in each subsequent period until 2000, after which it leapt to 46%.
From the data, it is clear that women dominated senior posts at Eldan by 2015.