The Times Top 50 Employers for Women
Taking action on gender equality:
The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2022
The entry process for The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2022 list is now closed. Entries are currently being assessed. The assessment process focuses on transparency, the causes behind gender gaps, what companies are doing to address these structural issues and the impact of their actions. The evaluation includes, but is not limited to, roles of senior leaders, actions to increase the representation of women in senior positions, intersectionality, supporting parents and carers, stopping bullying and harassment and what they are doing to promote gender equality outside their organisation.
We use the term woman to include all people who self-identify as women and engage with their current or prospective employers as such. When we use the term gender equality we take this to mean equality for all genders and those who do not identify as a gender, i.e. non-gender conforming, gender fluid or non-binary individuals.
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The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2021
Following a year like no other, Business in the Community (BITC) is celebrating fifty organisations that kept gender equality a priority.
COVID-19 has heightened inequalities, but it also provides a unique opportunity to build back responsibly for women. Businesses should seize this opportunity to act now: shared parental leave, flexible working, changing pay and culture are the way ahead for equality.
Learn more about how organisations on The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2021 list responded and adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic in BITC’s report Leading The Way: The Times Top 50 Employers For Women 2021. The report shares the lessons learned from those actions taken in a time of crisis and outlines how to apply them to build a more gender-equal future.
Congratulations to the organisations listed in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2021.
All have demonstrated a commitment to gender equality in the workplace and taken action to make this happen. The list celebrates outstanding progress and examples of best practice, impact, innovation, and individual achievement.
|Addleshaw Goddard LLP||Department for Transport||NatWest Group|
|Allen & Overy||Department for Work and Pensions||Network Rail|
|AstraZeneca UK||Deutsche Bank||Norton Rose Fulbright LLP|
|Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group||DWF||Ofcom|
|Atos||Enterprise Rent-A-Car||PepsiCo UK & Ireland|
|AVIVA||Eversheds Sutherland||Pinsent Masons LLP|
|AXA UK & Ireland||EY||Post Office Limited|
|Bain & Company||Financial Services Compensation Scheme||PwC LLP|
|Bank of America||Fujitsu||Royal Mail Group|
|Burges Salmon LLP||Goldman Sachs||Shell|
|Capgemini UK||Hachette UK||Tesco|
|CityFibre Holdings Limited||Jacobs||Thames Water Utilities Ltd|
|CMS||KPMG LLP UK||West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA)|
|Costain||Linklaters LLP||Willmott Dixon|
|Credit Suisse||Lloyds Banking Group|
About Business in the Community’s work on gender equality
Achieving a truly gender-balanced workforce means employers must recruit and progress the best talent – irrespective of gender.
The commercial imperative for realising women’s potential in the workplace is clear: gender equality enhances employee engagement, boosts productivity, meets the diverse needs of customers and suppliers, and improves brand reputation.
act now for gender equality