EY is a recogised leader globally when it comes to recruiting, retaining, developing and promoting female talent.
Here are some ways EY is changing the landscape for gender parity.
Women. Fast Forward
Accelerating women’s advancement is not just a fairness argument; it’s also an economic imperative that creates higher growth, increased prosperity and stronger communities. It has already been too long. The world can’t wait 80 years to achieve global gender parity, and EY calls upon everyone to accelerate their efforts, too. It’s time. Join EY in working for gender parity. Women. Fast forward.
Women in Leadership
EY’s Women in Leadership series speaks to some of Australia’s successful and inspirational business women and men and examine, through their stories and experiences, how Australia can move forward towards gender equality.
Speaking up: in the words of emerging women leaders
According to the next generation of female leaders, if companies want to entice talented women to build careers in the corporate world, current leaders must step up to create genuine change.
In their own words: Women in Leadership
As Australia continues with little real progress in addressing workplace gender inequity, more female leaders have added their ideas to what we need to do to stop this waste of talent. Find out more about the women leading by example - in their own words.
In his own words: The male perspective on gender diversity
As Australia’s progress towards gender equity in the workplace slows, prominent male leaders from the public and private sectors speak candidly about why gender equity is a national imperative, why diversity initiatives alone aren’t working - and the changes Australia needs to embrace for everyone’s benefit.
The case for gender diversity: Australian property sector at the tipping point
By failing to embrace gender diversity, the Australian property industry is missing out on an important opportunity to lift its financial performance, says a report from EY and the Property Council of Australia.
Untapped opportunity: the role of women in unlocking Australia’s productivity potential
Based on the findings of the EY Productivity Pulse (Wave 3), this report determines the extent of Australia’s female productivity potential and quantifies how much low female workforce participation is costing Australia.
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