EY supports International Women's Day
Accelerating achievement of gender parity - within EY and in business at large - is not just a fairness argument but an economic
imperative. It's key to building a better world. Now is the time to take action and put gender on the global agenda. EY is
determined to do their part to accelerate women's progress in the workplace. They've worked hard for many years to create
effective internal and external programs focused on women’s advancement and leadership around the world - and they know there's
more to do.
Now, they've brought all their efforts together to create one unifying accelerator. Through Women. Fast forward they're using
their collective knowledge, experiences and convening power to push themselves further and to do their part to accelerate global
gender parity. The experiences and knowledge EY has gained in their own journey combined with their research, highlight opportunities for
accelerating women in the workforce.
Illuminating the path to leadership
EY knows how important it is for all of their people to have colleagues and leaders who advocate for them as they pursue opportunities
in EY. They're emphasizing the importance of "equitable sponsorship" for both women and men, maximizing access to training, feedback,
coaching, stretch opportunities and work experiences that women, and men, need to help them advance their career success.
Creating a culture that enables flexibility for all
Flexibility is critically important to EY's people, and making everyday flexibility a way of life helps them attract, retain and
develop the best and brightest men and women.
Building a supportive and inclusive environment, where all differences are valued and leveraged
At the foundation of their efforts to support women is the belief that all differences matter. EY's diversity and inclusiveness road map
challenges them, as individuals and as an organization, to create opportunities to build better teams and lead inclusively.
Collective knowledge and thoughts on gender parity
fixing the bug can close the digital gender gap - Uschi Schreiber
robots are coming; so what’s the career advice to my daughters? - Andy Baldwin
to program a gender bias-free future - Trent Henry
we need to learn about gender parity from the world’s most gender-equal country - Karin Lutz
Pressing For Progress,
Guided by Purpose - Karin Lutz and Valerie Keller
it’s time to get more women in seats - Fiona Macfarlane
Is the media
sensationalising the gender pay gap? - Rohan Connors
Press for progress to
close the gender pay gap - Matt Rennie
It's time to
put funding into the hands of women entrepreneurs - Tiki Cheung
How do we celebrate IWD
in the time of #MeToo? - Selina Short
– it’s the fair thing to do - Tony Johnson
Is your definition
of merit keeping up with the pace of change? - Clare Sporle
Five ways data
analytics can help close the gender gap - Beatriz Sanz Saiz
As we mark
International Womens Day 2018, what do we know will help us #pressforprogress? - Fleur Bothwick
open letter to my sons: Why you are my way to #PressForProgress - Thear Sy Suzuki
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