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Creating a workplace culture that is truly gender-equal demands deep seated change for most employers. The roll call presented here highlights the organisations that have committed themselves to that change and are transforming the experience of women in the workplace.
Those that made it on to the list of The Times Top 50 Employers for Women were selected by gender equality experts at Business in the Community, part of the Prince’s Responsible Business Network.
This year’s top 50 are unranked and listed in alphabetical order. Any employer with a UK presence can apply to be on the list by supplying details of how they are working towards gender equality. The assessment focuses on transparency, the causes behind gaps, what companies are doing to identify and address these structural issues and the impact
of their actions. The evaluation includes, but is not limited to: roles of senior leaders; actions to increase representation of women in senior positions and ensure gender balance at all levels; recruitment; progression; intersectionality; supporting parents and carers; bullying and harassment; pay processes; and external engagement to promote gender equality outside their organisation.