Women throughout the world tackle a variety of issues to succeed in the workplace. Accenture has conducted a number of research studies that reveal what’s important to women and their careers. Review our latest findings.
Our #GettingToEqual 2017 research reveals three critical accelerators to closing the gender pay gap for the Class of 2020.
Our research with Girls Who Code reveals the gender gap in computing is getting worse. If we act now, we can triple the number of women in computing by 2025. Let’s #CrackTheCode.
Accenture examined women's representation on the boards of more than 500 Forbes Global 2000 companies, and found that female board members far more likely than male board members to have professional technology experience.
2016 Women's Research—Getting to Equal
Our latest research, Getting to Equal: How Digital is Helping Close the Gender Gap at Work, released as part of Accenture's 2016 celebration of International Women's Day, examines how digital fluency – the extent to the extent to which people embrace and use digital technologies — is creating new opportunities for women throughout the career lifecycle, from education to employment to advancement, and helping to level the playing field for women at work.