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Women. Fast Forward.


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The World Economic Forum reports it will take until 2095 to achieve global gender parity in the workplace. That means 80 more years—and four generations—until companies and governments are equally led by men and women.

EY is determined to do its part to accelerate women's progress in the workplace. Its Women. Fast Forward initiative centralizes EY's years of work to develop internal and external programs focused on women's advancement and leadership around the world. Now, it says, is the time to accelerate.

This 10-page report released in autumn 2015 highlights research that reaffirms a growing awareness worldwide that men and women need to work together to accelerate the gender parity timeline—and in the process create greater economic prosperity for everyone.

 

 

 

 

 

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