The causes of gender inequity are complex and often intersect with discrimination, like ageism, ableism, and racism.

Our quarterly campaigns see us focus on different issues impacting women in the workplace. They celebrate the employers making a difference, challenge others to do more, and create productive conversations that result in real change.

Raising organizational standards

Raising Organizational Standards

Whether it be the policies companies have in place, the benefits they offer or the initiatives they adopt, these company’s efforts are helping to change the status quo. 

This campaign is designed to raise awareness of the most progressive actions that our Endorsed Employers are taking in the areas that matter most to all women*.


Intersectionality is a concept for understanding how different aspects of people’s identities can overlap to create compounding experiences of discrimination and privilege.

In a workplace setting, where an intersectional lens is not applied to different aspects of the employee experience, it can lead to some individuals feeling excluded, isolated, misrepresented, and ultimately disengaged.

Intersectionality and LGBTQI women at work
Two women scientists learning in a lab.

Women in STEMM

Despite women making up approximately 50% of the world’s population, studies show it’s more like 25% within science, technology, engineering mathematics and medicine (STEMM).

Find out what initiatives employers are undertaking to attract and retain more women in these important industries.

Commitment to Gender Equity

Achieving gender equity is about more than leveling salaries. This campaign highlights three key areas where employers can positively contribute to gender equity: women in leadership roles, promoting shared responsibility and committing to pay equity.

Mixed race and gender workers sitting at boardroom table.

The Power Flip

Organizational transparency flips traditional power dynamics, empowering women to make the right decisions for themselves. This campaign explores how and why the employers we work with are embracing this change.