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Corporate Membership

engage. advance. retain

 

The facts around gender diversity of the workforce are now well established.

Building a team of balance isn’t simply a matter of ethics; it’s just good business sense.

Research shows that gender diverse organisations are more innovative and in touch with their customer bases.

They’re also more profitable: by minimising the hiring fees and disruption to business continuity associated with a loss of female talent, they’re also reducing their overall cost lines by as much as 64%. 

 

 

 

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develop your talent pipeline with Our corporate membership packages

Creating a gender diversity strategy that positively impacts your staff, your customer and your bottom line, requires time and energy.

That’s where we come in. 

Provide your female employees with the development they need

The everywomanNetwork provides your female employees with the learning and development they need in order to see their careers and your organisation flourish. 

It creates much-needed role models for the next generation, and sends a clear message that your business is one where women can and do reach the top.

 

 

Join the gender experts

Our expertise, garnered over nearly two decades in the business, our tailored awards programmes and learning and development packages, have had a marked impact on boosting engagement levels and talent pipelines for many of our client organisations.
In our 2016 study, regular users of the everywomanNetwork report that they are far more focussed on career development. As a result of their learnings and access to our role models, they are 42% more likely to be promoted.
 
 
Around 10% of our members are men looking to not only grow their own careers, they also utilise the resources to provide themselves with the knowledge and practical skills they need to develop high performing teams of gender balance and productivity.

Crucially for our corporate partners, these women are subsequently less likely to leave their employers. 75% of regular users say that they expect their careers to grow at their existing organisations.  

 
 
 

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Retaining and Advancing Women in Business:

A Model for Success  

 

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TESTIMONIAL

Fleur Bothwick
“EY has worked with everywoman for many years now and I have watched them grow from a UK focussed business to becoming a global player.  This was a key consideration for partnering with them as our EMEIA Area covers 98 countries across Europe, Middle East, India and Africa.  When we initially worked with them, we targeted women that were committed to pursuing their own personal development.  We then launched an Area wide Womens Leadership Programme and we signed up everywomen to be a strategic partner as part of our virtual offering across all ranks.  We value the regular reporting that we get, the relationship management and the variety on offer – something for everyone.  Most of all we value everywoman’s willingness to accommodate our needs, particularly a request to make all webinars accessible by sub titling them.”
Fleur Bothwick OBE, Director of Diversity & Inclusive Leadership, EY, , Ernst and Young

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