Girls Club, a professional organization that helps promote women into sales leadership positions, conducted a survey to publicize which are the companies where women want to work.
While some companies dismiss through emails, there are others that they strive for their human capital and to create an adequate work environment.
GirlsClub created the list of the “Top 25 companies where women want to work” to recognize and celebrate top companies supporting their female employees in the workplace and leading the charge on diversity, equity and inclusion.
The companies were nominated based on the following criteria:
– offer Flexible working hours and reconciliation of personal and work life
– Have great paid maternity leave benefits and support for working mothers
– offer ongoing professional development training
– They have an executive team with the intention of increase female leadership
– They are focused on hire more women and promote them into leadership roles
– Promote the equal pay for women and equality in the workplace
– They are leading the charge in their diversity and inclusion efforts
For this Girls Club work, more than 150 companies and more than 2,400 votes were cast to select the best.
Top Ten companies where women want to work:
91% of voters affirm that it offers time flexibility and reconciliation of family and work life.
96% said they offer continuing professional development training.
95% think that it offers continuous training for professional development.
93% of voters believe that it is focused on hiring more women and promoting them.
93% said they promote equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.
90% say they are leading diversity and inclusion efforts.
96% believe that the LogicMonitor executive team intends to increase female leadership.
93% indicate that it offers flexible work hours and work-life balance.
92% think it offers flexible work hours and work-life balance.
100% of voters say it promotes equal pay for women and equality in the workplace.
To see the complete list of the best companies, enter here.
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