Ever since Bob and Maxine Half founded their eponymous talent agency in 1948, we have been advocates for women in the workforce. That’s why we are honored that Forbes once again named Robert Half as one of the Best Employers for Women, an accolade we’ve received every year since 2019.
Forbes based its decision on an independent survey in which 50,000 professionals across the U.S. weighed in on a variety of topics, such as working conditions, salary and diversity. To compile the list of best companies for women, the survey also asked the 30,000 women in the sample to rate their employer regarding parental leave, family support, pay equity and more. In addition, Forbes gathered information about these companies’ gender parity in senior management roles and on executive boards.
“This recognition is a testament to our commitment to creating a more inclusive, diverse and equitable workplace,” said M. Keith Waddell, president and CEO of Robert Half. “We are proud that many exceptional women have chosen to build meaningful careers at Robert Half.”
Our commitment to women at work and to their professional advancement does not end with our own employees or the talent we place. Robert Half offers advice on how women can negotiate salary with confidence, find a mentor at any stage of their career and more. Our executive directors regularly lead seminars on topics ranging from leadership and hiring and compensation trends to organizational culture and the future of work — often with an emphasis on women.
Amplifying women’s voices
Internal initiatives like the Global Women’s Employee Network (GWEN), launched in March 2021, help us close the gender gap. Comprising 800-plus employees of Robert Half and our consulting and internal audit subsidiary Protiviti, GWEN’s mission is to champion and amplify women's perspectives while creating networks, community, and growth opportunities for women.
The group holds monthly meetings where members around the world receive GWEN-related operational and program updates and participate in panel sessions and other activities. This August, GWEN will launch its pilot Lean In Circle groups in North America, where approximately 140 members will come together around a common interest area to share their knowledge and experience with one another.
In addition, GWEN is able to expand its mission by leveraging partnerships with several organizations also working to amplify women’s voices, including LeanIn.org, Catalyst, Fairygodboss and Women in Technology International.
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