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The debate about quotas
Source: Gender and the Economy
Boyden Diversity Study: Furthering Female Leadership
Source: Boyden Diversity Study
Maximising women’s contribution to future economic growth
2018 follow up report which called for action across Government and the business sector to stimulate the changes needed to start to equalise men and women’s access to opportunity in the workplace.
Improving gender balance in FTSE Leadership
Source: Hampton-Alexander Review
Reducing the gender pay gap and improving gender equality in organisations: Evidence-based actions for employers
This guidance summarises approaches that have been shown to work and those which need more evidence before they can be recommended as widespread approaches. This will help employers create more effective action plans.
Source: Government Equalities Office
Women are doing their part. Now companies need to do their part, too.
Source: Women in the Workplace Study
Project 28-40 Report
Source: Business in the Community
Collaborating with Men
Source: Murray Edwards College - University of Cambridge
Interim Gender Pay Gap Employer Insights Survey
Equal Lives in partnership with Santander
Menopause transition: effects on women’s economic participation
Is the gender agenda enough? How can we ensure diversity of culture, background and thinking?
Source: Jemma Waters, Lloyds Banking Group and Graciella Martin Rijo, University of Warwick