Women have made significant strides in the workplace, especially in the tax and accounting industry. Nevertheless, there is more work to be done to put women on an equal playing field with their male colleagues.
Thomson Reuters and Women in Tax, an independent organization focused on women’s success and upward mobility in tax profession, partnered to survey women in the tax and accounting field to gain their perspectives on how well employers are demonstrating their commitment to women’s leadership and gender diversity.
Accounting and tax firms, as well as the tax and accounting functions within corporations, have policies in place to counter gender bias and discrimination as well as to promote work-life balance, specifically related to parental leave.
You can download the Thomson Reuters Survey of Women in Tax here.