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International Women’s Day 2022 Special Report:

Break the Bias in the Workplace


The state of gender equality in the workplace and how organisations can support women in the workplace to drive inclusive growth

 

 

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The State of Gender Equality Today

 

In 2022, the theme for International Women’s Day is #BreaktheBias, showing commitment in calling out bias, smashing stereotypes, breaking inequality, and rejecting discrimination. This special report aims to uncover the state of women’s experience in the workplace as part of our effort to promote equality and inclusion at work, as we believe that the first step in making progress is to understand the hurdles we need to overcome.

By collecting anonymized responses from employees in organisations that use EngageRocket, we discovered valuable insights into women’s experience at work and what companies can do to empower them further.




Highlight of findings from our exclusive report

 

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Female employees are less empowered to do their job


75% of female respondents in our survey said that they are empowered to do their job effectively, compared to 80% of male respondents.
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Female employees experience lower levels of psychological safety


Our research found that only 77% of women employees can confidently make suggestions that others might object to, vs. 84% of men.
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Female employees receive less support and enablement


68.29% of women in our survey felt enabled, compared to over 80% of men.
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Female employees are less motivated than their male counterparts


Our research revealed that women are 5 percentage points less likely to feel motivated at this level than men.
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Turnover among women is higher


In our survey, 51% of female respondents said that they are likely to continue in their current organisation, compared to 59% of men. While general turnover risk remains high, the problem is severe among women employees.
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Female employees are less likely to be a company’s advocates


In our survey, nearly 1 in 4 women were detractors compared to just 16% of men. Conversely, 33% of women were found to be promoters or advocates vs. 42% of men.

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Discover the different ways that you can support and empower women in your organisation.

 

In this report, you will learn:

  • The state of gender equality
  • The need for women support and empowerment in the workplace
  • Recommendations for 2022 onwards

 

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