Demant wants more women in leadership – but won't set targets for its executive management

In 2022, hearing aid firm Demant wants to implement a new diversity policy, which includes targets for a more equal gender distribution within the company’s leadership – just not for the execute board, which was recently expanded to include four men.

Demant is creating a new diversity policy containing concrete targets for the gender diversity of the company’s leadership | Photo: Jens Dresling/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix

Hearing aid firm Demant wants to increase the number of women in the upper echelons of its leadership.

The company, which employs over 18,000 people globally, is therefore drawing up and implementing a new diversity policy with a central element being concrete targets for the gender diversity in the company’s leadership.

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