About the PAR Initiative
Since 2003, the WICT PAR Initiative has measured the status of women employees in the cable industry based on three main criteria:
- Pay Equity
- Advancement Opportunities
- Resources for Work/Life Integration
A comprehensive advocacy program helping companies to set goals, institutionalize policies, measure progress and achieve results, the PAR Initiative showcases best practices in achieving stronger gender diversity. With a goal to improve diversity metrics for women, the PAR Initiative is supported by all of WICT’s local chapters and underwritten by the Walter Kaitz Foundation.
2017 PAR Survey Information
Mercer will independently manage the development of customized reports for each participating company. Overall findings from this research initiative were presented by NAMIC and WICT during a Town Hall Meeting on September 26, 2017, in New York City as part of the industry’s Diversity Week.WICT has once again partnered with NAMIC on a joint survey for the next editions of the NAMIC AIM and the WICT PAR Initiative. Click here to download the 2017 AIM PAR Executive Summary.
Click the image above to open the online version of the 2017 PAR Executive Report.
Supported by WICT Chapters Nationwide