Lack of access to capital is one of the biggest challenges for women entrepreneurs.
Top-earning women still paid less than men, numbers in top roles have shrunk compared to five years ago.
60 recommendations covering women’s safety, financial empowerment; and their participation in decisions made on climate actions.
Similar to the lower rates offered to private Canadian-controlled corporations.
Idea is to promote the interests of those who have been ignored in the past.
Delegates acknowledged that the issue needs to be explored collaboratively.
Accusation prompted a tense exchange during his appearance before the House of Commons finance committee.
OECD rating has Canada at eighth of 29 countries for female workforce participation, 15th for equal pay for equal work.
Publicly advertised job postings to include a salary rate or range, bar employers from asking about past compensation.
A CME report discusses the under-representation of women in manufacturing and what to do about it
Most countries don’t give women the same legal rights in business as men.
Comprise only 13% of the average Canadian tech company’s executive team and 53% of firms do not have any female executives.
Report says women account for only 28% of manufacturing jobs and just 4.5% of skilled trades.
CME Industrie 2030 study aims to identify challenges that impede women-led manufacturing firms.
Booz & Co. suggests leading companies are growing through the educated women in emerging markets