Our latest report

The What Women Want Report 2024

What you’ll uncover:

  • What women and marginalized groups say employers get right and wrong
  • The benefits and policies in-demand from job seekers in 2024
  • The hiring practices putting people off applying for your roles
  • The hidden issues potentially pushing your current workforce away
  • Plus, actionable advice and guidance along the way

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Report seven: Diversity Hiring Tactics That Trump the “Pipeline Problem”

Focus: Inclusive hiring

How are leading employers creating diverse workplaces despite the lack of women and marginalized groups in certain roles and sectors? That’s exactly what we reveal in this advice-packed report, and it starts with identifying the real problem

  • Busting the myth: Understand why hiring teams are no longer blaming homogenous hiring pools for a lack of workplace diversity.
  • Use our expert checklist to create a hiring process that attracts and supports successful applications from a diverse range of candidates.
  • Find out what women and marginalized groups are saying about their candidate experiences.
  • Discover 10 popular tactics to create a truly inclusive hiring process.
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Report six: How to Hear Unhappy Employees (Before It’s Too Late)

Focus: Employee voice

Feedback forms. Surveys. Suggestion boxes. Our latest report reveals why your company’s current approach to ’employee voice’ could be doing more harm than good, and provides practical tips to do better.

  • Get the hard facts: Discover the business benefits of listening to and learning from ALL employees.
  • Learn why and how to apply an intersectional lens to your employee voice strategy.
  • Get eight expert-recommended approaches to gathering employee voice, equitably and inclusively.
  • Plus, five practical tips for empowering the voices of women and marginalized groups.

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Report five: Five ways to develop diversity (without relying on recruitment)

Focus: Career development

If companies are serious about creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization, they can’t rely on hiring alone. Employers must invest in the upward mobility and retention of women and marginalized individuals already in their organization, which is best achieved through career development programs.

  • Gain a clear understanding of how career development can strengthen your diversity strategy
  • Key findings into what career development opportunities women want and need
  • Tick lists to help you audit your company’s current offering
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Report four: Understanding and addressing your gender pay gap

The gender pay gap is bad news for business. The good news is, you and your team can do something about it. With no time to waste, this latest report is here to help you and your team understand what the gender pay gap is, why your company should care, and what you can do about it.

  • Gain a clear understanding of the causes of gender pay gaps and the dangers of doing nothing
  • Find out how the gender gap pay effects your all-important diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives
  • Discover what leading employers are doing to reduce the gender pay gap in their organization
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Report three: Six Pressing Reasons to Improve Your Parental Leave Policy 

It’s hard to ignore the increasing demand for better parental leave policies, and organizations would be wise not to. This data-driven report reveals the pressing reasons to update your parental leave policy, as well as the actions leading employers are already taking.

  • Gain a clear understanding of the benefits of a progressive parental leave policy and the dangers of doing nothing
  • Find out how parental leave policies impact your all-important diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives
  • Discover what leading employers are doing to make sure their parental leave policy is as impactful as possible
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Report two: The Hidden Cost Of “Women’s Work”

There’s a high price to pay for the pervasive perception that unpaid care and domestic duties are “women’s work”. This report reveals the current cost for women, men, and workplaces alike, and what leading employers are doing about it:

  • Gain a clear picture of the hidden impact sexist perceptions around unpaid care are having on your current workforce 
  • Understand how this issue could be damaging your company’s levels of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) 
  • Calculate the current cost of this issue to your workplace 
  • Find out what leading employers are doing to address this issue
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Report one: Flexible Working versus The Great Resignation

Released in the midst of rising resignation rates, this debut report focuses on one of the most powerful policies for attracting, nurturing, and retaining the women all workplaces need to thrive:

  • Get the data behind the demand for flexible working 
  • Find out which flexible-working policies women want and need
  • Understand the power of these policies for both women and workplaces alike 
  • Explore the specific policies that leading employers are offering in 2022

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