The goal of the 36-month project is to identify existing barriers that companies face regarding gender equality, and to refine strategies to overcome them. Nutrien claims that the expected outcome is a Gender Equality Blueprint. This is a common framework that will lead Canadian business on the path to gender equality in the workplace and beyond.
The President and CEO of Nutrien, Chuck Magro, said: “Nutrien is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion – in our own workforce, across our value chain and in our communities – so we're proud to partner with Global Compact Network Canada and Status of Women Canada and the other participating companies on this project.
“This blueprint has the potential to help employers across this country to make meaningful strides toward true gender equality, and we look forward to contributing to its development.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/09032018/nutrien-to-take-part-in-gender-equality-project/
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