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 2016 PAR at Work webinars will delve deeper into the results of the 2015 PAR Survey to serve as the starting point for rich career and workplace discussions among WICT members.
PAR at Work Webinar
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Results and Insights from the 2015 PAR Gender Diversity Survey and Mercer’s “When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive”
Mercer, a leading global talent expert and facilitator of WICT’s workplace diversity survey, has created a global research and solution platform – “When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive.” It is designed to help organizations drive growth through the active and productive participation of their female workforce. Join WICT as two of Mercer’s top experts share insights from the research. Participants will gain a better understanding of the PAR survey results, while also learning how your company can strengthen its diversity and inclusion practices based on this global research initiative.
Gail Greenfield, Ph.D., is a Principal in Mercer's Workforce Strategy and Analytics practice. Gail has more than 13 years of experience at Mercer, helping organizations improve the management of their human capital. She has served as the PAR Initiative project leader since 2013.
Brian Levine, Ph.D., is a Partner and co-leader of Mercer’s Workforce Strategy and Analytics practice and also a fellow of Mercer’s research arm, the Workforce Sciences Institute. Brian helps organizations assess their internal labor markets, the processes by which employees are rewarded and move through organizations. He is a primary contributor of Mercer’s new “When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive” research.
Supported by WICT Chapters