women in leadership insights
In 2012, Randstad Canada launched its first study of women in the workplace. We learned a lot and we want to share our ongoing learning and thoughts on the subject with you.
Findings from Randstad's latest Global Workmonitor, surveying employees in 32 countries around the world, reveal that while most Canadian companies have more male than female managers (58%), 88% of Canadians believe in diverse and balanced women/men teams.
According to a poll of 500 female executives conducted by Ipsos Reid and commissioned on behalf of Randstad Canada, the country’s Canadian leader for staffing, recruitment and HR Services, when it comes to salaries, promotions, important decisions and travel, the “glass ceiling” is a very real challenge for today’s female business leaders.
According to a poll of 500 female executives conducted by Ipsos Reid and commissioned on behalf of Randstad Canada, the country’s Canadian leader for staffing, recruitment and HR Services, the Canadian industries with the best opportunities for female executives remain within the “traditional” fields.
According to the findings of the recent Women in Leadership survey of 500 female managers and executives, conducted by Ipsos-Reid on behalf of Randstad Canada in late June, there are still many obstacles that women need to overcome in the workplace when striving to reach the managerial and executive ranks.