Josh Levs, entrepreneur, former CNN and NPR journalist, and the leading global advocator on modern fathers in the workplace, sits down with the WE EMPOWER-G7 Programme team to share his opinion about the importance of caregiving leave in the workplace.
Shuhei Nakata, President of NAKATA KOGEI Co., Ltd., an SME and manufacturer of wooden hangers in the western region of Japan, Toyooka-City, sees the WEPs as an effective framework to advance business practices. Toyooka-City is known for its strong commitment to the SDGs, especially SDG5. Mr.
AnnieCannons supports survivors of human trafficking, domestic abuse and other forms of gender-based violence to gain digital literacy, learn the fundamentals of software development, and secure high-skilled work as software engineers in its train-to-work survivor empowerment program.
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 Leaders in Action piece follows the journey of the founder of Will Lab Inc., Miwa Koyasu from Japan. Will Lab Inc. provides consulting services to local governments and private sector companies (especially SMEs) on how to empower and promote women in the workplace.
Musket Transport is a Canadian trucking and transportation services company that sees marketing as a key channel to recruit more women while striving to eliminate gender stereotypes in its advertising.
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
Category:Video and Event