Women’s History Month: A Time To Assess Lessons Learned To Support Women in the Workplace, Now and Beyond

  • Providing benefits that allow women to succeed. Flexible work options, a fair family-sustaining wage, and health benefits are imperative steps to attract female employees and increase retention.
  • Interrupting unconscious biases and embracing DEI efforts at a leadership level. It is essential for leaders to demonstrate their values and lift the burden of bias off the shoulders of their employees. Paradigm for Parity is offering off-the-shelf Diversity and Inclusion Toolkits to coalition companies at the end of March. Learn more about coalition membership here to receive the toolkit.
  • Advocating as leaders for women of all backgrounds. Leaders have the responsibility to provide mentorship and sponsorship to women who have been historically overlooked in the workplace. In February, Paradigm for Parity launched a Profit & Loss Leadership Accelerator Pilot Program sponsored by CVS and Merck for Multicultural women to develop necessary skills for advancing into the critical operating roles that lead to the C-Suite.

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Paradigm for Parity

The Paradigm for Parity® movement is a coalition of business leaders dedicated to addressing the leadership gender gap in corporate America.