women in the workplace

women transforming

the workplace.

women are the catalysts for change

To foster a better understanding of the ever-evolving labour market, Randstad Canada has created a program that gives women the opportunity to share their experiences and insights with other women facing the challenges of tomorrow’s workplace today. The program features 4 key components designed to facilitate a meaningful dialogue on how women can reinvent and transform the workplace from their own unique, collaborative and creative perspective. Our 2018 survey, think tank sessions and podcasts focus on innovation and the impact of technology on jobs and the future of work.

the research

  • 30%

    of Canadian women are worried about losing their jobs due to technology and automation.

  • 61%

    of Canadian women consider themselves to be risk takers and innovators.

view the results

inspiring conversations

women in motion: the podcast series

Through a series of inspiring interviews with bold and passionate women who are shaping the workplace of tomorrow, we are exploring strategies for navigating the ever-evolving labour market.

listen to the episodes

think tanks

On November 13th in Toronto and November 27th in Montreal, we have hosted co-creation sessions with inspiring female leaders and influencers on the topic of innovation. Over the course of the upcoming weeks, we will publish a white paper that will provide actionable insights for women wanting to advance their careers and organizations hoping to attract and retain female talent.

get your report

career insights


our team

  • photo of marie-noëlle morency

    marie-noëlle morency

    Program lead and ideator, Marie-Noëlle acts as head of communications for Randstad Canada. Her passion: crafting and telling stories that inform, stories that move, stories that make you think.

  • photo of carolyn levy

    carolyn levy

    Program ambassador, Carolyn Levy is the president of Randstad's Technologies division, and a passionate advocate for advancing women in the workplace, particularly in STEM.

  • photo of jennifer hargreaves

    jennifer hargreaves

    Think tank moderator and podcast host, Jennifer hargreaves is founder & CEO of tellent, an online community and resource for professional women to pursue flexible careers.



For any interview request, and to learn more about the survey and the program, please contact:

  • Ann Yourt

    email here
  • Patricia Archambault (for Québec)

    email here
  • View the press release announcing the results of our survey on innovation.

    view here