Read this case study with Schneider Electric to learn how the company sees equal access to health care and well-being as vital for all women and men employees.
This video explains how CEO’s and the executive team can define the goals and targets for implementing the WEPs; and make the Principles part of the corporate sustainability strategy, day-to-day operations and organizational culture.
Copyright: WEPs Secretariat
Publisher:WEPs Secretariat 2020
On 18 November, Mastercard and WEPs team at UN Women organized an exclusive, virtual documentary film screening and panel discussion showcasing the perseverance and passion of female entrepreneurs and to celebrate their stories and impact.
Author:UN Women and Mastercard
Publisher:UN Women and Mastercard
On 14 December 2020, the UN Women and the UN Global Compact in Denmark co-hosted the "Creating Fair and Equal Workplaces" event with participation of Nordic companies.
Author:UN Women and UN Global Compact in Denmark
Working hours in Germany have been regulated by law since 1994 when the Government introduced the Working Hours Act on 6 June to safeguard workers from long working hours and to ensure ade- quate periods of rest and breaks.
New rules aimed at curbing gender stereotyping in advertisement were introduced by the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) in the United Kingdom in June 2019.
The Freedom to Choose One’s Future Occupation law was enacted in France on 5 September 2018, and it requires companies to ensure equal pay for work of equal value.
This Leaders in Action piece follows the journey of PATHFINDER co-founders Jessica van Thiel and Shivani Singh. PATHFINDER works with business, academia and policymakers to find innovative solutions in sustainable development.