The Golden State now has one of the toughest equal pay laws in the country, a measure that’s seen as leveling the playing field for women.
But top employers realize it’s more than just a paycheck that will help fill the gender gap in the workplace, whether it’s career advancement or tenure. It’s about effective and flexible work that drives work success and engagement for women and men in today’s high-paced, global economy.
Do you want to know how you stack up to the competition when it comes to creating an effective workplace? And if you’re already there, do you want local and national recognition as an employer of choice?
Apply for our When Work Works Award today. It’s part of a nonprofit initiative to reinvent the workplace, part of the When Work Works partnership between Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
The Award is a great way to get the word out about all the great things you do in your workplace given the national attention the When Work Works competition gets, helping boost hiring and retention if you win. And even if you don’t win, it’s a great way to find out what needs to be done to help your organization become more effective and flexible because you get a free benchmarking report on how you stack up to other employers across the country.