The New Womena��s Work: Celebrating #IWD2016

Once a year International Womena��s Day celebrates womena��s social, economic, cultural and political achievement. It’s nice to have 24 hours especially for this, but why not bring women’s achievement mainstream.A�

When women are safe and productive, their economies and networks also thrive. This benefits everyone, universally. Examples abound, from Manhattan office towers toA�sub-Saharan Africa.

On the eve of IWD 2016, last week Josh Bersina��s team at DeloitteA�released a new report called Global Human Capital Trends. Ita��s a primer on the inclusive work transformation underway in the world, and it maps straight to this year’s conversation about International Women.
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