Over three years, benchmarking organisations have recorded benefits of agile working: 47% have seen an increase in morale, 39% have seen increased retention, and 36% have seen reduced absenteeism
Organisations with more female managers are more likely to highlight senior agile workers as role models (61% of these organisations do this)
Organisations with more female managers are more likely to invest in technology to make agile working viable (89% of these organisations do this)
The proportion of male agile workers (21.4%) in benchmarking organisations is catching up with the proportion of women (35.1%), particularly in the public sector at 29.5% and 36.3% respectively
Monitoring changes in the organisation from gender equality / diversity initiatives over the period of time the initiatives have been in place allows a very persuasive case to be made on their positive impact on the business.
Part two of the toolkit for building a robust Global Diversity Strategy, examining how to establish metrics.
A two part toolkit designed to assist the building of a robust global diversity strategy.
Making Diversity Work for You and Your People. Many organisations are taking steps to ensure employees are placed to give their best performance, to recruit from a widening talent pool and to empower their managers with inclusive leadership qualities. The trends analysis from  the Opportunity Now and Race for Opportunity benchmaring survey represents findings from 76 UK employers, representing a combined workforce of 1.3 million.