HAYS WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP
"I have tried to demonstrate to people that have worked for me that being a women should not limited your career opportunities or aspirations"
"I think there’s still a double standard when it comes to being a strong leader—it’s admirable in a man and sometimes referred to negatively when a woman displays those same characteristics."
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Women in Trades and Maintenance
Canada faces a critical shortage of skilled tradespeople, and only four per cent of people in trades and maintenance are women. How can Canada attract women to Trades and Maintenance as a career, to reduce long term shortages?
HAYS CANADA GENDER DIVERSITY REPORT
The latest data from Hays' Global Diversity Survey.
How does Canada compare to the rest of the world on attitudes towards women in leadership?
GLOBAL GENDER DIVERSITY SURVEY OVERVIEW
More than 5000 people worldwide answered Hays' Gender Diversity Survey.
Canadian men were some of the least likely globally to say there was pay inequality and Canadian women were the most likely to say gender did affect compensation. Worldwide 18 per cent of men said there was a pay discrepancy, while 44 per cent of women agreed.
Most respondents said women had access to the same career opportunities as their male colleagues.
The majority of respondents said flexible working practices was the best way to improve diversity in the workplace.