Where in the world should working women go to progress professionally?

  • 20 January 2016
  • United Kingdom, London
  • Mercer’s When Women Thrive report forecasts women’s representation globally, highlighting major “pipeline” risk to future progress in the workplace
  • Research shows regional rankings for executive involvement, pay equity, employee benefits, women’s financial education, and more

The second annual When Women Thrive Global Report, to be released on 27 January, will share key findings and underscore the risk to women’s future progress in the workplace, partially due to women leaving organisations at the highest ranks at 1.3 times the rate of men.

Mercer’s second annual When Women Thrive report provides:

  • A 10-year forecast into the gender makeup of the future workforce for four global regions (US/Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia/New Zealand) with global comparisons
  • Rankings based on the progress of women in key areas – including executive participation, pay equity, financial wellness, maternity/paternity leave programs
  • Skills most perceived to be the strengths of women vs. men

The report is the most comprehensive and predictive of its kind, featuring input from nearly 600 corporations and organisations around the world, employing 3.2 million people, including 1.3 million women.

Global Report Launch
For a briefing, attend the free webinar:

Pat Milligan, Global Leader for Mercer’s When Women Thrive initiative, Mercer
Brian Levine, Innovation Leader, Global Workforce Analytics, Mercer

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

3 p.m. GMT

Go here to register to attend

For more information, visit WhenWomenThrive Twitter @Mercer #WhenWomenThrive