David Norcross (M)


Women in the workforce are essential for numerous reasons. Firstly, their participation drives economic growth. Diverse perspectives foster creativity and innovation, leading to better problem-solving and decision-making within organizations. This diversity not only enhances workplace culture but also mirrors the diverse nature of global markets, enabling companies to better understand and cater to their customers. Furthermore, employing women contributes to societal progress by challenging gender stereotypes and promoting equality. It also has a direct impact on families, as women's earnings support household income and children's education. Importantly, empowering women through work leads to greater overall social and economic development, as women often reinvest more of their income into their families and communities than men. Thus, women in the workforce are not just a matter of fairness or equality; they are crucial for the robustness and sustainability of economies and societies.

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WEPs signatory since 12 December 2023
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11-50 employees


Business Support Services


Asia and the Pacific