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Gender equality in the workplace: case studies

Case studies explaining how companies signed up to the Think, Act, Report campaign are improving gender equality in the workplace.

Think, Act, Report is a voluntary initiative to help improve gender equality in the workforce. There are hundreds of companies and thousands of employees already signed up.

These case studies show how companies are using a step-by-step framework to think about recruitment, retention, promotion and pay.

Flexible working and support for parents

  1. Think, Act, Report: B3
  2. Think, Act, Report: IBM
  3. Think, Act, Report: Loughborough University
  4. Think, Act, Report: Carillion
  5. Think, Act, Report: Deloitte

Gender pay analysis

  1. Think, Act, Report: DWF LLP
  2. Think, Act, Report: Friends Life
  3. Think, Act, Report: Genesis Housing Association
  4. Think, Act, Report: Tesco
  5. Think, Act, Report: EasyJet
  6. Think, Act, Report: BHP Billiton
  7. Think, Act, Report: PwC
  8. Think, Act, Report: Deloitte

Improving the gender balance by supporting female talent

  1. Think, Act, Report: Asda
  2. Think, Act, Report: FDM
  3. Think, Act, Report: Gemalto
  4. Think, Act, Report: Herbert Smith Freehills
  5. Think, Act, Report: Loughborough University - Fair Recruitment
  6. Think, Act, Report: Marks & Spencer
  7. Think, Act, Report: Pinsent Masons
  8. Think, Act, Report: Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group
  9. Think, Act, Report: Shearman & Sterling
  10. Think, Act, Report: Standard Life
  11. Think, Act, Report: Virgin Trains East Coast
  12. Think, Act, Report: Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  13. Think, Act, Report: BT

Setting targets to drive action

  1. Think, Act, Report: EY
  2. Think, Act, Report: Hogan Lovells
Published 7 October 2013
Last updated 19 May 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added case study for Virgin Trains East Coast.
  2. Added new case studies to collection.
  3. First published.