We see the challenges facing women in the workplace, and we’re here to help
It’s not just overt sexism that’s holding women back and pushing them out of the workplace. Subtle (but seriously damaging) discrimination is present in many companies’ hiring processes, policies, and, ultimately, their workplace culture.
That’s why we demand to know what companies have to offer, upfront. From flexible working to their parental leave policy, our platform provides you with all the information you need to know how a workplace treats women.
In 2021, only 50% of companies that applied met our endorsement standards
The good news is there are plenty of employers that were able to prove their commitment to the careers of women.
Our endorsement badge is a stamp of authority you can use to identify these great workplaces for women, and choose the ones that work for you.
You can see their benefits, policies, and vacant positions on our platform, right now. All you need is a free WORK180 account.
“WORK180 provides a level of security to women looking for new jobs and career changes, because they’re able to hold organisations to account in that process.”
Global Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Valtech
Member of the WORK180 DEI Board
At WORK180, it’s the employers that need to impress
Check out the employers we endorse, see what they have to offer, and compare them side by side.
No more wasted time with workplaces that won’t work for you
Our transparent job board only has job openings from our Endorsed Employers and lets you see what benefits, policies, and perks come with the job.
Go behind the scenes and get inspired
We ask the women working for our Endorsed Employers to share exactly how their companies are supporting their careers.
Have your say and help employers do better
When you apply for a job via WORK180, you’ll be invited to join our anonymous Feedback Loop. If you opt-in, 30 days after you apply, you’ll receive a short email survey that employers can use to improve their hiring process.
“I used WORK180 when researching a short list of the companies I wanted to work for. Knowing that those listed had been pressure tested to offer pay equality and flexible working arrangements meant I wasn’t wasting my time interviewing for a role only to be told no when I asked to work a few days from home.”
Member of the WORK180 community
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