Judy Mcgregor explores the gender inequality affair in New Zealand

Judy Mcgregor explores the gender inequality affair in New Zealand, which remains a penetrating issue for women. Despite its government implementing monitoring techniques, initiatives and polices such as gender reporting, New Zealand still ranks at the bottom compared to similar developed countries comprising women in the boardroom. Mcgregor highlights the issue of corporate recruitment representing females in companies. He suggests the main barrier is the appointment process entailing a reproduction of directors from small groups of white men.
This has been suggested by the literature focused on Italy which in essence appears to be the primary barrier facing the entrant of women in the boardroom. Although different countries have been adopting different policies in wanting to attain gender equality, the question is whether these policies have an impact in achieving boardroom diversity and ultimately whether they are required for the progression of corporate governance.