Every other year, WICT conducts the PAR Initiative survey, which measures the status of women employees in the cable industry based on three criteria:
- Pay Equity
- Advancement Opportunities
- Resources for Work/Life Integration
In the non-survey year, data from the survey is used to create tools and resources, including the PAR at Work webinars, which help WICT members, apply lessons from the PAR Initiative to their own companies and careers.
The 2014 PAR at Work webinars will delve deeper into the results of the 2013 PAR Survey to serve as the starting point for rich career and workplace discussions among WICT members.
PAR at Work Webinar: 2013 PAR Results
Thursday, June 26, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Eastern)
Mercer, a leading global consultant on human capital issues, gathered and analyzed the PAR data on behalf of WICT. Workforce and gender diversity experts Gail Greenfield and Liz MacGillivray will discuss the results of the 2013 PAR Survey, which showcases best practices in achieving greater gender equity in the cable industry. Gail and Liz will use Mercer’s unique diagnostic tool, the internal labor market (ILM) map, to illustrate workforce trends and behaviors over time. The ILM map provides critical insights into how talent flows into, through and out of an organization. They will share the current trends for women in the cable media industry and will also discuss workforce best practices that are realizing results.
Gail Greenfield is a principal in Mercer's Workforce Analytics & Planning practice. Gail has more than 10 years of experience at Mercer helping organizations improve the management of their human capital.
Elizabeth MacGillivray is a principal in Mercer’s Talent business segment and leads the Global Diversity Forum and US-based Workforce Opportunity Network, peer networks for senior corporate diversity leaders in Mercer Networks.
Click here to view a recording of the webinar.
Supported by WICT Chapters Nationwide