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The given table illustrates how the number of women who participated in senior management in three companies changed over a period of 40 years from 1975 to 2015.Overall, it can be seen that by the end of the period, there was a boost in the proportion of women who held the senior positions in all the three companies , but it was most significant at Eldan Ltd.
In 1975, the number of women who were working at senior positions was highest for Finsbury Ltd as compared to the rest two, at 16%.But ,this figure decreased to 14% in the next five years followed by 1% rise five years later. In 1990, the women’s percentage rose by 7% but again decreased and stood at 20% in 2000.After 15 years, this percentage amounted to 26%.
On the contrary, a constant rise was observed in the Eldan Ltd and Bamforth Ltd companies, from the beginning to the end of the period. In the first five years, no change was noticed in Eldan Ltd as the data remained at 3%. By 1985, the figure had reached 14%, and doubled to 28% in 1990.Ten years later, an inclination of 5% was observed and it increased to almost twofold and became 64% in 2015.
Likewise, Bamforth Ltd was at 9% at the beginning and this percentage increased by a steady rate of 2% in every subsequent period till 2000, where it stood at 17% but after that it leapt to 46% by 2015.