looking to join a company are most interested in whether it has good corporate values.
research by Aurora Gender Capital Management has found that three-quarters of
female staff are unhappy with long hours, poor recognition, lack of respect and
male-dominated ‘toxic’ cultures.
found that 84 per cent of women have a very clear idea of what they want from a
company. The most important considerations for would-be female recruits are:
good corporate values
the presence of happy women employees
a good track record in attracting and retaining females
a progressive, contemporary company view of women
an understanding of the economic importance of having more women in the
recent survey by Business in the Community, in partnership with the Chartered
Institute of Personnel and Development and the Future Work Institute, found
that employees see a clear connection between responsible business practice and
a positive impact on the bottom line.
it found that only 45 per cent of staff believed that the corporate values that
helped attract them to their employer are ever actually implemented.