We believe in the power of a diverse global workforce that champions the right for people to be their true, authentic selves.
In what was another impactful year globally for the equity, diversity and inclusion movement, this report is designed to help us understand the state of play of ED&I in workplaces across Canada.
Findings from our recent survey of +6,000 professionals has formed the ED&I Strategy Report, highlighting the key trends, issues, best practice case studies and strategic advice for companies on how to improve their approach to equity, diversity & inclusion.
Over half of the women surveyed had not been offered a promotion at their current company.
High-profile conversations and widespread media coverage have bought the issue of gender imbalance to the forefront of the agenda for North American employers.
With employers realising that simply reporting gender pay gap data isn't enough, what can be done to tackle these imbalances?
46% of gay/lesbian professionals feel underpaid, 21% more than straight professionals.
Drawing on our comprehensive survey of employees across diverse industries, this study delves into the experiences, perceptions, and challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals in their professional lives. By analyzing the collected data, the report provides a detailed overview of the current state of LGBTQ+ inclusion, identifying both progress and persisting disparities.
42% more professionals with sensory disabilities than non-disabled professionals rely on income support.
By capturing the perspectives and experiences of individuals with disabilities across various industries, this chapter provides a detailed view of the challenges and opportunities encountered in the workplace. The report sheds light on the current status of disability inclusion, highlighting areas of progress and persistent gaps.
40% of Gen X professionals express feeling underpaid for the work they do, while 1 in 5 Gen Z professionals feel misunderstood by their managers.
This chapter offers critical insights to empower your organization in championing age and generational equality. Findings reveal that over 50% of Baby Boomers have never negotiated their salaries, while they are the least likely to receive pay raises. Millennials dominate the $100k+ income bracket, and 40% of Gen X professionals feel underpaid. Download your copy now and take the first step toward creating a more inclusive work environment.
In previous discussions, Robert Walters has stressed the critical role of movements like #BlackLivesMatter in elevating conversations about racial and ethnic disparities.
As we introduce this report in a world adapting to the “new normal” and heightened awareness of evolving social justice concerns, we explore the roles of race and ethnicity in shaping ED&I dialogues within workplaces.