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The New Women’s Work: Celebrating #IWD2016

Once a year International Women’s Day celebrates women’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. 

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

On the eve of IWD 2016, last week Josh Bersin’s team at Deloitte released a new report called Global Human Capital Trends. It’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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