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Andrew’s work to improve the gender balance in leadership positions at Halma has resulted in more diversity at all levels of the organization. From July this year, the Executive Board will be made up of 78% women, including one Black woman. Additionally, 46% of graduates in the last four years have been women, and more than 50% of Halma’s senior leadership team are women, including on the plc Board, the Executive Board and the Divisional Chief Executives. As part of Halma’s commitment to building inclusive businesses, last year the firm launched its first ever global paid parental leave policy to support new parents to look after their new family, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation or the market in which they live or work. The policy aims to remove career impediments for mothers, and to enable fathers to enjoy more time with their new family.