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  • How can companies engage men with inclusion initiatives?
  • How can companies engage men with inclusion initiatives?
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Why companies should get men engaged in diversity

When men are involved in gender diversity in the workplace, 96% of companies report progress. How can companies encourage men to engage with gender inclusion? Canvas8 sat down with  Sandra Ondraschek-Norris of Catalyst Europe to understand how employee engagement benefits everyone.

Location North America / Northern Europe

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Movements such as #MeToo, #PressForProgress and #TimesUp have spurred conversations around gender discrimination – 56% of people say these movements have made gender equality a more prominent issue. [1] But many people feel that workplaces are lagging behind – women account for just 6.4% of CEOs at Fortune 500 companies. [2]

Progress has been made, but we are still on the journey towards equality. Eight out of 10 UK women say gender discrimination occurs in the workplace, with almost a third saying that it is inherent. [3] “We need to stop pretending that ...

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