Women who identify as Black or Indigenous are absent in the pipeline to Canada’s C-Suite

First annual report card on gender diversity and leadership reveals Corporate Canada still has much work to do TORONTO, February 23, 2021 — A ground-breaking national study finds there is a glacial pace of progress towards gender and racial equity at the leadership level of Canadian organizations because there are few racialized and Indigenous women in the pipeline to C-suite…

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Women’s economic initiative shows early momentum

Leading firms partner with The Prosperity Project  October 1st, 2020 –  Advancing women’s economic future is being recognized as a crucial priority by leading Canadian firms, who have joined The Prosperity Project as partners. Launched in May, The Prosperity Project is a non-profit organization conceived by a diverse group of 62 female leaders from across the country. As Canada manages…

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One-third of Canadian women consider quitting jobs

National survey cites family pressures and guilt as ongoing workforce barriers TORONTO, September 10, 2020 – A landmark national survey shows a third of Canadian women have considered quitting their jobs to take care of home responsibilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Conducted by Pollara Strategic Insights in partnership with The Prosperity Project, the cross-country survey of more than 1,000 adults…

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