“Organisations need to work with their workforce to understand what is preventing women from being able to progress and share a clear action plan to redress the balance."
"It is extremely disheartening to see the compounding disparities based on race, age and sexual orientation still pertain within the industry."
“Over a third (38 per cent) of talent professionals globally told us they are struggling to find diverse candidates in the hiring process, and 27 per cent are finding it difficult to retain diverse employees."
"While there is work to do, our analysis suggests that smaller businesses are succeeding in addressing female pay disparity more effectively than many larger employers."
“The opportunity now is to move from inclusion being interesting to being imperative – just like we treat other top business priorities.”
Despite being almost as equally likely to participate in the work force – men remain far more likely than women to be in leadership roles, across all sectors.
A new report from AVADO, carried out amongst UK managers has revealed some worry-ing attitudes towards training and confidence in the workplace. Firstly, women were five times more likely to feel that their gender hinders confidence in…