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KPMG in Ukraine starts a survey Working Women in Ukraine (2017)

KPMG Survey Working Women in Ukraine (2017)

This second online survey initiated by KPMG in Ukraine is aimed at analysis of the following variables as macro-level enablers empowering women in the workplace in Ukraine.

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KPMG in Ukraine starts a survey Working Women in Ukraine (2017) and invites you to participate in this project.

This second online survey initiated by KPMG in Ukraine is aimed at analysis of the following variables as macro-level enablers empowering women in the workplace in Ukraine:

  1. The amount of decision-making authority that lies at the disposal of both men and women leaders in accordance with roles in an organization.
  2. The extent of professional and/or career development opportunities available to women executives as compared to that available to their male counterparts.
  3. Skills which working women should develop to achieve more.
  4. Opinions on how working women balance private life and career.

Respondents are women with working experience in Ukraine.

Your views are very important to us and we thank you for taking time to complete this questionnaire from KPMG in Ukraine. All replies will be treated in strict confidence. The results of the survey will be analyzed and presented in an aggregated format, and neither you nor your company will be mentioned as having participated in the study.

If you wish to get results of this survey, please provide your email address in this questionnaire.

Please click to open this questionnaire online:

https://rea.msvcs.kpmg.com/gqt-anonym/Entry/QuestionnaireEntry.aspx?QuestionnaireId=57612

Information support:

We would like to draw your attention to strengthening the principles and norms of Ukrainian anti-discrimination law. The Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine (concerning the prevention of discrimination)" entered into force on 30 May 2014. This law and approach is consistent with UN Global Compact: Women Empowerment Principles / WEP, as well as Ukraine's international obligations (e.g. the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Contact person

Alina Sevastyuk (asevastyuk@kpmg.ua, +380 95 288 4264)

© 2017 KPMG-Ukraine Ltd., a company incorporated under the Laws of Ukraine, a member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative ("KPMG International"), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved.

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