Press release: The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2016

50 employers have been secured a position in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2016.  The unranked alphabetical list is published in partnership with Business in the Community, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network, as part of the charity’s Responsible Business Week.

Kathryn Nawrockyi, Gender Equality Director at Business in the Community, said: “Huge congratulations to all 50 employers on being named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2016.  The process was highly competitive so they should all be extremely proud of their success.  Each company has demonstrated a commitment to fundamentally changing workplace processes and cultures to make them inclusive to all, benefitting women and men at every level in their organisation.  I hope they inspire other employers to do the same.”

Emma Tucker, Deputy Editor of The Times, said: “The Times is pleased to celebrate Business in the Community's 25 years of campaigning for gender equality by publishing a special report to mark its 2016 list of the Top 50 Employers for Women.  The supplement will highlight the advances these 50 organisations have made in increasing opportunities and creating working environments where women are free to reach their full potential and also explore those areas where more needs to be done.”

The Times Top 50 Employers for Women list involves a comprehensive submission process managed by the gender equality campaign at Business in the Community.  All organisations within the Top 50 have demonstrated that gender equality is a key part of their business strategy, with consistent commitment to creating workplaces and cultures that are inclusive of women from entry level through to senior leadership.

The full alphabetical and unranked list is below and more information can be online: http://gender.bitc.org.uk/TTT502016:

  • Accenture
  • Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • Arup
  • BAE Systems
  • Barclays
  • British Army
  • Carillion plc
  • Citi
  • CMS
  • Deloitte LLP
  • EDF Energy
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • Eversheds LLP
  • EY
  • GE
  • Genesis Housing Association
  • Goldman Sachs International
  • Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Home Office
  • HSBC
  • IBM UK Limited
  • J.P. Morgan
  • KPMG LLP
  • Linklaters
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • Marks & Spencer
  • McKinsey & Company
  • MI5
  • Microsoft UK
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Nationwide Building Society
  • Obelisk Legal Support Legal Solutions
  • PepsiCo
  • Pinsent Masons LLP
  • Procter & Gamble
  • PwC
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Royal Mail Group
  • Royal Navy
  • Santander UK
  • Shell
  • Simmons & Simmons
  • Sky
  • Sodexo UK & Ireland
  • Southbank Centre
  • State Street
  • TATA Consultancy Services
  • TSB Bank
  • Unilever UK Limited

 

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For more information please contact Laura Cooney, Workplace Communications Officer, Business in the Community T: 020 7566 8653

E: laura.cooney@bitc.org.uk

 Notes to Editors

Business in the Community is the Prince’s Responsible Business Network. Our members work together to tackle a wide range of issues that are essential to building a fairer society and a more sustainable future.

The gender equality campaign is committed to supporting employers to accelerate change for women at work: http://gender.bitc.org.uk/

Responsible business is about how a business makes its money not just how it spends its profit. It is about managing growth responsibly while reducing dependency on natural resources. It is about how the business operates as an employer, supplier and customer and how as a neighbour it helps to create vibrant communities where people can flourish.

With the encouragement of strong leadership, we are proving responsible business can be a force for positive change – and that tackling social and environmental issues can return financial value.

We are a business-led, issue focused charity with more than 30 years’ experience of mobilising business. We engage thousands of businesses through our programmes driven by our core membership of over 800 organisations from small enterprises to global corporations. www.bitc.org.uk

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