Board members – women earn more – economy

According to a study, female board members of listed companies earn on average significantly more than their male colleagues. Lead increased from 150,000 to 550,000 euros last year, according to EY listeners. CEOs are excluded. In the 160 companies of the major stock market indices Dax, M-Dax and S-Dax, the women members of the management board received an average direct remuneration of 2.31 million euros in 2020, the men 1.76 million euros. While female board members received 8.2 percent more than a year earlier, the figure was only 1.6 percent for men. However, women are still clearly in the minority on boards of directors. Highly qualified senior executives therefore have a good negotiating position, he said.

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