The Power Flip
A WORK180 feature campaign
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.
About this campaign
This campaign was designed to promote and celebrate organizational transparency so asked some of our Endorsed Employers to share:
What benefits and policies did you update for your staff in 2020 and why?
What new initiatives are you working on for 2021?
What impact has adopting a more transparent recuitment process had for your organization?
Best company benefits
These Endorsed Employers are actively working to rethink their offering for women in the workplace, implementing and upgrading impactful benefits and policies that truly support women’s careers.
Transparency in the workplace
These companies are proof that being transparent in communicating benefits and policies can remove barriers in the recruitment process, increase applications from women and other underrepresented groups, improve employee satisfaction and increase diversity in the workplace.
DEI game changers
These DEI initiatives by WORK180 Endorsed Employers may be useful for other organizations looking to introduce progressive programs and policies for women.
180Chats: DEI game changers series
Join us in celebrating the women who are “changing the game” behind the scenes, transforming policies and benefits for the women in their organizations in our 180Chats series.
Lizzie Knights, The Telegraph
Find out how Lizzie Knights become a vocal advocate and active supporter of diversity initiatives, particularly for women and working families in her role as Head of Programs, Commercial Operations at The Telegraph.
Debbie Tanyous, Spirit Energy
Debbie Tanyous, HR Manager – Benefits and Policy Specialist, led the implementation of a three pillar wellbeing program at Spirit Energy that includes mental health support and coaching sessions, financial wellbeing tools and webinars, and using fitness equipment provided by Spirit.
Ilka Hoffmeister, Ericsson
Meet Ilka Hoffmeister, Acting Head of People Australia and New Zealand at Ericsson who has created a speak-up environment to help to build an inclusive culture, where people feel safe, valued and respected with equal opportunities.
Donna Edwards, Amazon Web Services
Hear how Donna, Training and Certification BDM at AWS created CloudU, a flexible community-based learning program helping more women to pivot into the tech roles with a strong network, a high degree of confidence and job ready and future-proof skills.
Featured Endorsed Employers
Amazon Web Services
Energy Safe Victoria
Transport for Greater Manchester