Only 54% of working-age women take part in the formal economy, compared with 81% of men. Yet a workplace where women are well represented has better economic potential and broader diversity of thought. Womenwill partners with government and private sector organizations to advocate for a more inclusive workplace. On an individual level, Womenwill equips women with online tools training to help their manage work/life balance.
In Japan, two in three women stop working after childbirth. HappyBackToWork uses the power of crowdsourced ideas to transform the workplace and help women return to the workforce.Learn more
Work Culture Reform
Inflexible working practices can make it difficult for women with care commitments to strike the right work-life balance. Work Culture Reform delivers online courses focused on how to work smarter, not harder, and advises HR professionals on creating a more flexible workplace.Learn more