In January 2015, the UN Women's HeForShe Campaign launched the ‘Impact 10x10x10’ pilot programme, a framework which aims to create impact during the campaign’s implementation phase within 3 key sectors, notably within the corporate world.
The 'Impact' Corporate Framework Action Kit outlines ways in which corporations can take actions that demonstrably advance and empower women.
Nothing stays the same in the people business. Meeting the needs of diverse customers through innovative product development and great customer service all depend on making the most of our diverse workforce ...
The most important corporate resource over the next 20 years will be talent: smart, sophisticated business people who are technologically literate, globally astute, and operationally agile. As the demand for talented employees increases, the old school prejudices that have historically plagued the male dominated workplace must fall away to make room for a modern, diverse, and skilled workforce.
How can employers develop an environment that encourages diversity and equality? Start by comparing your current initiatives to that of our 2014 Diversity Award Entrants:
EEO/diversity practices can help ensure workplaces effectively tap into the diverse talent pool, hiring and engaging people with the skills and commitment they need to meet customer needs …
Go to Diversity toolkits for a range of tools and resources developed to help employers capitalise on New Zealand's diverse workforce. Our library can suggest resources that may be useful for specific diversity issues.
More than 100 case studies tell the stories of employers who are taking innovative approaches to accessing the skills, creativity and intelligence of their diverse workforces.