Mercer is helping organizations globally #BalanceforBetter and drive business performance by increasing the representation and advancement of women through a holistic focus on their careers, health and financial well-being.
Women in Singapore earn 9% less than men. Godelieve van Dooren, Partner for Career Products at Mercer speaks with The Straits Times on the gender pay gap in Singapore. - Read More›
Your well-being matters: Moving yourself to the top of the list. By Pat Milligan - Read More›
#BalanceforBetter is More Than a Goal. It’s also the Playbook. By Pam Jeffords- Read More›
Be Your Unique Self to Make a Difference on IWD 2019. By Christina Dove - Read More›
Women and Savings: A Path to Better Balance(s). By Cara Williams - Read More›
It's Time to Break Down Barriers, Open Doors and Break Glass Ceilings. By Danielle Guzman - Read More›
Body and Voice: When Women Should Be Treated Differently At Work. By Pam Jeffords - Read More›
Is women's progress stalling at your company? Here's how to get it moving again. By Martine Ferland - Read More›
When First isn’t Good Enough: How to Enable All Women to Win. By Kate Bravery - Read More›
3 Steps to a More Balanced Workplace and Society. By Cecilia Giordano - Read More›
An Intersectional International Women's Day. By Madeleine Winslow - Read More›
Addressing the Epidemic: Sexual Harassment as a Public Health Emergency. By Pam Jeffords and Madeleine Winslow - Read More›
Women in Leadership: Sometimes We’re Our Own Worst Enemies. By Georgina Lee- Read More›
We must recognize that we cannot be our best selves – at home and at work – if we’re not taking care of ourselves at the most fundamental level, and we must engage employers in this dialogue. Even when it’s difficult and there aren’t enough hours in the day, we have to make our health a priority.
— Pat Milligan, Senior Partner and Global Leader, When Women Thrive, Mercer
What’s needed is the courage to step back, assess what’s happening in your own organization and if your efforts aren’t balanced, then take action.
— Pam Jeffords, Partner, When Women Thrive, Mercer