We need your views | Project 28-40 – A groundbreaking study of women’s experiences in the workplace

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Opportunity Now is launching an exciting new project to gather the stories of women’s experiences in work, with a particular focus on women aged 28-40 (but including women of all ages).

We are aiming to hear from up to 100,000 women – a survey of unprecedented scale, this will be the first of its kind. Project 28-40 is about listening to what women have to say and  taking action to change the status quo.

Women at the top are under-represented. There is still a gender pay gap. Yet there is no shortage of talented, ambitious women in the UK & Ireland.

An online survey will launch on Friday 15th November. We want women to help us answer some big questions:

  • What is important to women, what are their ambitions and how do they make choices in life?
  • How effective is the current level of support and career development opportunities for women in work?
  • What impact does workplace culture have on your career – what is the atmosphere like in today’s workplace?
  • Can you really identify with role models in the workplace?
  • What influences some women to leave their employer or leave the workforce altogether?

We will use your survey responses to more accurately diagnose why women are not being promoted at the same rate as men during this critical phase for career development. Focus  groups will then explore themes that emerge, seeking the reactions of younger women, older women, men and business leaders. Your contribution will help us turn words into action.

  • Women aged 28-40 whether or not they are still working
  • Women under 28 who are currently working
  • Women over 40 who would like to describe their experiences during this phase of their career
  • Men – we are seeking the responses of 1,000 men, to provide a direct comparison between male and female experiences of career development
The survey will open on Friday 15th November and close on Sunday 15th December. We want this to be the largest survey of its kind – to do this we need thousands of women to tell us their story.

Join the debate at www.project2840.com

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