This new Glassdoor Economic Research report, conducted in cooperation with Llewellyn Consulting, titled , aims to identify where gender inequality is highest, in what types of jobs women are under-represented and the impact on the gender pay gap when women in the workplace start a family.
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This report from the International Labour Organisation provides the latest data on women's position in labour markets, examines the factors behind these trends and explores the policy drivers for transformative change.
This report from Executive Coaching Consultancy considers how employers can attract and retain female talent for the future.
The Global Gender Gap Index presented in this Report seeks to measure one important aspect of gender equality: the relative gaps between women and men across four key areas: health, education, economy and politics.
The gender balance at the top of British business is improving but how close are we really to achieving true gender equality and diversity? This report reflects on the 25% target set for FTSE 100 boards to improve representation of women and sets out Lord Davies's next step recommendations.
The representation of women on corporate boards continues to increase, but the number of women leading boards still remains low globally. Overall, women now hold 12 percent of seats worldwide with only 4 percent chairing boards. This fourth edition report from Deloitte outlines the efforts of 49 countries to increase the number of women occupying board seats.
Progress is being made to increase the number of women on boards. But why does gender diversity in the boardroom make fundamental business sense? What are the key benefits of having a good gender balance on boards? The CIPD consider.
Businesses, particularly those in developed markets, will need to make significant changes to attract and retain the future workforce. How can this be done? How do Millennials define effective leadership? Deloitte considers.
There is a significant employment gap between men and women across Europe. How can flexible working help to address this issue? The Institute for Public Policy Research considers.
The UK labour market is changing and hard-won employment rights are affecting how people balance their work life and home life. But what are the consequences of casualised and precarious work on women in particular? Trades Union Congress consider.