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Celebrating Women at Work

women at workHAYS CANADA GENDER DIVERSITY REPORT

The working world has changed a lot and women are in more leadership positions than ever. In honour of International Women's Day, Hays celebrates women in leadership, looks at global trends in workplace equality, and looks forward to a bright future for all genders in the workplace.

WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

Don't miss our latest blogs featuring women in leadership; hear their secrets to success and words of wisdom in overcoming gender challenges and obstacles on your path to leadership.

“My advice is to invest in yourself – spend time and money to better yourself. People do not do this enough and I have learned from experience that this has been critical to my success.”
 

“Highlighting female role models in all levels of the organization is key to fostering a supportive climate in the workplace.”

Soley SoucieSoley Soucie,
Regional Director,
Hays Canada
 

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Michelle Bourque, Bell CanadaMichelle Bourque,
Vice President, Product Marketing and Access Strategy, Bell Canada

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WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION

PWC Professional Women in Construction logo"The key to increased opportunity is building a pipeline network of women and avid supporters."

Profession Women in Construction

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EMPLOYERS TAKE ACTION

Andrea CoopmanHow is Microsoft Canada encouraging girls and young women to embrace IT?

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HAYS CANADA GENDER DIVERSITY REPORT 2016

How does Canada compare to the rest of the world on attitudes towards women in leadership? Fill out the form below to download the report.

 

 

In our second annual Global Gender Diversity Report, we spoke to over 11,500 women and men across 25 countries asking their opinion on five areas that impact gender diversity in the world of work: ambition, self-promotion, equal pay, career opportunities and gender diversity policies. Read our report to discover Canada's views.