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Latest insights on work, wealth, and well-being

With women accounting for approximately half of the global workforce1, it's more important than ever to consider how your benefit strategy specifically addresses the needs of working women, especially if your workforce spans countries, if not, continents. 

To help with this challenge, we explore the needs of working women globally and identify opportunities to engage your employees with resources and benefits that align to their specific needs.

Explore our findings from the latest Global Sentiment Survey relating to working women around the world.  

In this report we look at the global picture of work/life balance and common key stressors. 

We also look at financial goals and confidence, the benefits that are most valued and what support is most needed.  

Download the full report to read more about these trends and some suggested actions for employers to consider to better meet the needs of their workers.

1International Labour Organization, March 2023

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