The WEPs Transparency and Accountability Framework aims to provide companies with a holistic set of indicators that are most likely to advance gender equality across corporate value chains aligned with existing corporate gender equality frameworks.
Many opportunities exist for companies to address all forms of discrimination in the workplace, marketplace and community to ensure that the perspectives and talents of women in all their diversity are equally valued.
This action card showcases steps companies can take towards gender equality and women's empowerment in the renewable energy sector. Companies in the energy sector can use the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) for guidance to ensure that workplaces, marketplaces and communities are gender-equa
The Guidance Note on Company-Supported Early Childhood Education and Care shows how employer-supported childcare and work-family-friendly policies benefit both employers and employees. It offers guidance on how to provide childcare benefits and explores how they can introduce retention and promot
The document analyzes the responses of 44 companies that used the WEPs Gender Gap Analysis Tool in Mexico. The report provides guidance to the private sector in a context where the COVID-19 pandemic has posed major challenges for gender equality.
Author:UN Women Mexico and UN Global Compact
Publisher:UN Women Mexico
This Action Card gives a snapshot at the recommendations for tackling sexual harassment in the workplace and achieving gender equality.
Author:UN Women, as part of the WE EMPOWER-G7 Programme
Publisher:UN Women, as part of the WE EMPOWER-G7 Programme
This booklet is inspired by the promising practices arising from the WE EMPOWER-G7 Programme between 2018 and 2020. Its purpose is to share the ways in which G7 and EU governments and companies are working together to promote gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community.
This introductory brochure for companies in the Asia-Pacific provides information about the Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) and UN Women's services to help private companies implement them, including through training and learning programs, technical assistance and innovative new initiatives
Mentoring is an effective and increasingly popular way for private sector companies to advance the Women’s Empowerment Principle 4, promote women’s training and professional development, and drive positive organizational culture change.