In February 2011, Lord Davies published a report that set targets for Boards in FTSE-100 companies to be made up of at least 25% women by 2015. He published a second progress report in March 2012 which you can read in full here.
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In April 2011 the Government brought in Additional Paternity Leave (APL) so that fathers could have six months’ extra leave to look after their new-born child. Under the new law, parents are entitled to share time off work during their baby’s first year. Currently, if the mother has taken the first 20 weeks off work, the father can take up to 26 weeks APL provided the mother has returned to work.