“If we can inspire or help one female with her career progression then this is a great result. Similarly, if we draw attention to companies on how they can support their female talent and so shift the dial then this would be wonderful.”
Victoria Jarman, Non-Executive Board Director, Hays
Studies have shown that the link between women in the workplace and a country’s economic growth is closely connected. Despite this, globally women are not paid or rewarded equally compared to their male colleagues and remain underrepresented in the workplace, as well as proportionally less represented in senior roles.
This year we will be looking into your views and experiences around equal pay, career development opportunities, flexible working and gender discrimination in the workplace.
Our 2017 report will:
- Offer insights into the ways in which gender diversity is supported in the workplace
- Show how employees view and experience the impact of these policies
- Help to shape future decisions for leadership teams
- Allow HR and heads of diversity to implement or communicate gender diversity policies in their organisation.