70 Companies That Have Set Gender Diversity Targets

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Many employers talk about the importance of gender equality and gender diversity, but far fewer will set concrete goals for hitting diversity figures.

Based on our research, these 70+ companies are employers who have publicly set gender diversity targets. Please contact us if you know of an employer we've missed and we'll add them to this list!

*Paradigm for Parity members have a mission to achieve gender parity in corporate leadership positions by 2030.

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