Breaking down the gender wage gap

Unequal access to leadership roles for women may be an underlying cause of the gender pay gap at senior levels. So what can we do about it?

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Online On-Demand Event

Not all leadership opportunities are created equal. Women are getting fewer of the “hot jobs” — high-visibility, mission-critical roles and international experiences that are key to getting ahead at global companies. According to research by Catalyst Inc., the leading global non-profit organization whose mission is to accelerate progress for women through workplace inclusion, unequal access to those roles may be an underlying cause of the persistent gender gap at senior levels.

As a profession, what can we do about it?

  • Engage men: Research shows that the more men know about gender inequalities, the more likely they are to act as advocates and lead efforts to close the gender gap. Studies also show that men benefit from a more balanced workplace, but they are too often left out of the conversation. Men are a largely untapped resource in building diversity and inclusion efforts aimed to inclusive workplaces.
  • Create inclusive cultures: Leading Catalyst research found that inclusive leaders are the missing link needed to foster dynamic and innovative workplaces in which women, men and all diverse groups can thrive.

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Pricing & registration

You will learn about:

  • engaging men in gender inclusion
  • the qualities of inclusive leaders
  • how we can leverage this model to create more inclusive cultures and transform workplaces today
  • CPA Canada's Women's Leadership Council and the tools and resources you can use to support the advancement of women

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