Principle 7: Measurement and reporting
This principle upholds the value that transparency and accountability are vital for companies to uphold commitments to gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community. This transparency and accountability can be achieved through measuring and reporting mechanisms outlined through the WEPs campaign.
Commonly Asked Questions:
Who should attend?
LeadWomen recommends that those in Executives, Human Resources, Corporate Social Responsibility, Accounting and Finance and Procurement of Private Sector Companies roles within Malaysia should attend. We also highly encourage SMEs and women-owned entrepreneurs to attend.
Who is eligible?
Those who fulfil at least one of the requirements below are eligible to take part in the WEPs Malaysia Campaign:
1. Your company is listed in Bursa Malaysia; or
2. Your company is listed in a EU Stock Exchange; or
3. Your company is part of the EU supply chain; or
4. You are representing a registered company with a minimum of 50 employees
Do you need to be a WEPs signatory?
Those who would like to attend the Awareness Training Sessions do not have to be a signatory to the WEPs. However, we encourage companies to become WEPs signatories to be able to receive additional support should they wish to implement the WEPs through our implementation trainings in 2021.
All sessions offered to attendees are complimentary.
How do I sign up?
Upon completion of the Awareness Training Session, should you decide that you would like to implement one or more of the principles, you may move into the next phase and become a WEPs signatory. This requires the signing of a signatory letter by the company CEO, but there are no financial commitments.
As part of becoming a signatory, we will then work with you through 2 Implementation Trainings, over the course of 3 months, to:
- Delve deeper into the Gender Gap Analysis to understand what the company are already doing
- Help the company prioritise which of the Principles they would like to focus on
- Help the company to address and implement the chosen Principles.
The entire programme will be completed by mid-2021.