Women. Fast forward
Women. Fast forward
Accelerating achievement of gender parity within EY and in business at large is an economic imperative. The world can’t afford to wait as long as some estimates predict another 170 years for women to achieve gender parity in the workplace.
To accelerate achievement of gender parity we need purposeful action by both men and women to recruit, retain and advance women in equal proportion to their numbers and commensurate with the limitless potential they offer the workplace. Together, we can redefine opportunities for future generations of women, forging a lasting legacy of growth, increased prosperity and stronger communities throughout the world.
Put gender on your agenda.
#BeBoldForChange in 2017
International Women’s Day was a catalyst for driving a more gender inclusive world. Join us in taking groundbreaking action that drives the greatest change.
Be bold for change
Will you #BeBoldForChange by taking groundbreaking action that truly drives the greatest change for women?
How Kath Carter is being bold for change
In this #BeBoldForChange video, a Transaction Advisory Services leader talks about how women need to help other women advance in leadership.
Video: How are you being bold for change?
Gender equity is not happening fast enough. Let’s take steps that make a difference.
Video: Being bold can mean being uncomfortable
Julie Hood, a deputy vice chair at EY, says she had to overcome the fear of failure before she could #BeBoldForChange.
Posts from our leaders
Want to increase your margin?
An organization with 30 percent female leaders could add up to 6 percentage points to its net margin. 1
Women in the workplace
Women make up more than half the population of the world yet have long been overlooked as a vital talent resource that contributes to economic growth and prosperity. To accelerate closing the gender gap, we ll need to equalize representation in the workplace, both in established economies and emerging markets.
How women can give Asian businesses an advantage
By having formal programs to improve gender diversity, Asian companies have an opportunity to lead, says Steven Phan, our Asia-Pacific Managing Partner.
Working to close the gender gap
In this World Economic Forum post, CEO Mark Weinberger shares five things he learned from working to improve gender parity.
Women in industry
You might think gender diversity is nearly solved. Think again. Our research explores the challenges and actions to take.
To accelerate growth, we ll need to harness the potential of women entrepreneurs worldwide. Our programs, on both a global and regional level, empower women entrepreneurs to think bigger, gain access to capital, learn from their peers and find seasoned advisors. These connections help their companies scale, increasing employment and prosperity.
Supporting women to achieve their potential
Annette Kimmitt shares observations from the 2017 Entrepreneurial Winning Women Asia Pacific Conference in Mumbai.
Meet our new Winning Women in Europe
Our Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ EU Class of 2016 are the founders of 17 companies in 9 countries across the European Union.
Introducing our Winning Women in the US and Canada
These dynamic women entrepreneurs join our elite network of North America’s best high-growth companies.
Posts from our leaders
Did you know that research shows a direct correlation between girls participation in sports and their success in higher education and employment? We re using our experience to harness the often untapped leadership potential of elite women athletes, because we believe that many of tomorrow s business leaders are today s young athletes.
A discussion with Kendall Coyne
Beth Brooke-Marciniak talks with Kendall Coyne from the US women’s national ice hockey team about the 45th anniversary of Title IX.
Why female athletes make winning entrepreneurs
Is there something about sport that primes women for entrepreneurship? We explore how athletics can give women an edge in growing their own companies.
Announcing our new mentees and mentors
Along with the International Women’s Forum, we’re proud to announce the 25 mentees who’ve been selected for the Women Athletes Business Network Mentoring Program.