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[WEBINAR] Reporting Workplace Gender Equality to avoid the Public Shame List

Written by Peter

Peter is Navigo's founder and Managing Director. Peter is passionate about building and running businesses, finding solutions to business process problems and new trends in HR Technology.

April 20, 2016

Gender EqualityIf you have more than 100 employees (and you’re not in the public-sector), you need to report your Workplace Gender Equality stats to the WGEA by May 31st.

Fail to do so and your organisation may be publicly shamed online. Not only is that going to cripple your employer brand, it’s also going to be a hard thing to explain to the CEO.

Luckily, the Navigo team have got you covered! We’ll show you:

  • What data you need to prepare
  • How to create visual reports to help gather the data using Planning@Work
  • How to take your Workplace Gender Equality beyond compliance to be a source of competitive advantage
  • The 7 Step Gender Target Setting Process



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