This report from Mckinsey Global Institute explores the economic potential of narrowing gender gaps at the national level as well as across UK regions and examines the opportunity to address gender disparities.
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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.
This report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission examines how boards are performing on gender diversity in light of the targets set by Lord Davies.
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 study from Glassdoor examines the gender pay gap in five countries: the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and France.
To make meaningful progress on gender diversity, companies must move beyond the averages and focus on the biggest pain points say Alexis Krivkovich, Eric Kutcher and Lareina Yee of McKinsey in this report on breaking down the gender challenge.
The way we work today is fundamentally different than how we worked a decade ago. This report from Bain & Co looks at the case for flexibile working and how organisations in Australia are putting it into practice.
This report from Executive Coaching Consultancy considers how employers can attract and retain female talent for the future.
This report from City & Guilds is an exploration into the career aspirations of 14-19 year olds. It considers whether or not young people have all of the information they need to make informed choices that will give them the best chance of thriving in the workplaces of tomorrow.
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.