ADVANCE & HSG GENDER INTELLIGENCE REPORT
The GENDER INTELLIGENCE REPORT (GIR) provides actionable KPIs and supports
Advance & HSG Gender Intelligence Report companies with concrete recommendations.
Transparency on gender diversity development in the Swiss workplace.
RESOLVING CONTRADICTIONS IN THE WAY WE WORK TO REACH EQUALITY
There is no “magic wand” to reach gender equality. In addition to setting targets focused on hiring, promoting and retaining more women, organizations need to take a holistic approach to address the root causes.
Join us for the première of the 7th Gender Intelligence Report to learn how these root causes, including the very way we work in Switzerland, impact gender equality – from both men and women’s perspectives.
Dive into the current state of gender equality in Swiss business. Get the latest data and benefit from new insights, powerful recommendations and company best practices – a must event for anyone who is committed to advancing gender equality in the workplace!
MULTI-PRONGED APPROACH BEYOND SETTING TARGETS
While targets are a good starting point, they alone are not enough to improve gender diversity as fast as desired. Be the first to learn from our cutting-edge research why ‘more of the same’ is not enough, and what – on top of targets – a multi-pronged approach can do to accelerate long lasting results.
By staying ahead of the curve and learning from this research, you can become a trailblazer in the movement towards gender equality in business.
The Advance & HSG Gender Intelligence Report (GIR) was first launched in 2017 and provides actionable KPIs and recommendations to support companies in improving their gender diversity and building inclusive cultures.
UNIQUE DATA SET & EXTRAPOLATIONS
This report is a key component of the Advance program, serving not only as a data tool but as a ‘best practice’ guide to companies who want to accelerate change. The methodology was developed by Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander and Dr. Ines Hartmann’s team at the Competence Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CCDI) at the University of St. Gallen.
This year, we will see extrapolations of the data to demonstrate how, and which actions positively increase gender equality – faster.
For the 2023 report, we analyzed HR raw data of 380,000 employees (130,000 thereof are in management positions) across 100+ companies – a unique database in Switzerland in terms of quantity and quality.
DURING THIS EVENT YOU WILL
- get a presentation on the highlights of the Gender Intelligence Report 2023
- dive into the latest facts, figures & trends in gender equality in Swiss business
- gain a deeper understanding of what it takes to effect meaningful change and drive progress in a holistic approach
- get smart about concrete steps organizations can take to drive inclusion and accelerate diversity
- be inspired by powerful best practices of Advance Member Companies
- network with other passionate people
Dr. Ines Hartmann and Alkistis Petropakis