Metric Answer Options Source
What % of your workforce (both FT and PT) are women? 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-24%
4. 25-39%
5. 40-49%
6. 50%+
7. Don't know
Custom Metric
What % of management (both FT and PT workers) are women? 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-24%
4. 25-39%
5. 40-49%
6. 50%+
7. Don't know
Custom Metric
Are there women in any of the following leadership positions: 1. CEO/President
2. COO
3. CFO
4. Other (please describe)
Custom Metric
What % of the company is owned by women? 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-24%
4. 25-39%
5. 40-49%
6. 50%+
7. Don't know
Custom Metric, IRIS (OI2840)
What % of the members of your Board of Directors or other governing/advisory body is women? Select N/A only if your company is governed by an owner/manager structure and does not have a Board of Directors or governing body. 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-24%
4. 25-39%
5. 40-49%
6. 50%+
7. Don't know
8. N/A
What is the ratio of average compensation of women versus men in managerial and non-managerial roles in the company?

a. Managers
b. Non-managers
1. <0.8 (0-0.79)
2. 0.8-0.94
3. >0.95
4. Don't know
5. N/A - only one gender represented
BIA
What was the attrition rate of women in full-time and tenured part-time positions (excluding workers terminated with cause) for the last 12 months? 1. >10%
2. 5-10%
3. 2.5-4.9%
4. 0-2.4%
Custom Metric
What % of internal promotions have gone to women in the last 12 months? If there have been no job openings above entry level, respond 0%. 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-24%
4. 25-39%
5. 40-49%
6. 50%+
7. Don't know
Custom Metric
Does the company have the following formal gender-sensitive policies in place? 1. Non-discrimination policy at hiring and in the workplace
2. Anti-harassment policy indicating zero tolerance to sexual harassment, violence and verbal/physical abuse at work
3. None of the above
Custom Metric
Does the company provide specific content in worker training on gender inclusiveness issues? 1. Yes
2. No
Custom Metric
What is the minimum number of days of paid maternity leave offered to salaried workers? Only include leave that is equivalent to 100% post-tax salary, either paid by your company, insurance or government programs. Include in your calculation leave that is required by government and any additional leave that is provided by your company. 1. 1-29 days
2. 30-59 days
3. 60-89 days
4. 90-119 days
5. 120+ days
6. None
BIA
Do full-time workers receive at least two weeks of paid paternity leave? This only includes leave that is 100% paid, either by your company or by government programs. If the company does not have a paternity policy, select No. 1. No
2. Yes
3. Yes, per company policy exceeding national requirements
BIA
Which supplementary benefits are provided to a majority of all full-time and part-time workers? Check all that apply. 1. Onsite childcare
2. Offsite subsidized childcare
3. Onsite or subsidized medical services/clinic
4. Counseling services
5. Health coverage including pre- and post-natal care
6. Health benefits extended to immediate family (spouse and children)
7. Other free or subsizied benefits (please describe)
8. None of the above
Custom Metric
Does the company offer any of the following job flexibility options, whenever feasible, in writing and in practice for the majority of workers? Please check all that apply. 1. Part-time work schedules at the request of workers
2. Flex-time work schedules (allowing freedom to vary start and stop times)
3. Telecommuting (working from home one or more days per week)
4. Job-sharing
5. None of the above
BIA
Does your company's product or service explicitly target users/customers/end beneficiaries who are women? 1. Yes
2. No
Custom Metric
How many customers/clients served are women during the last 12 months? Estimates within +/- 5% are acceptable. Fill-in # Custom Metric, IRIS (PI8330)
What % of customers/end beneficiaries of your product or service are women? If you work with nonprofits that serve women, please respond with the % of your revenues generated from services provided to the nonprofits selected above in the last fiscal year. Fill-in # Custom Metric
Does the company have a written policy giving preference to suppliers owned by women? 1. Yes
2. No
Custom Metric
What % of your Significant Suppliers are majority owned by women? 1. 0%
2. 1-9%
3. 10-19%
4. 20-29%
5. 30%+
6. Don't know
Custom Metric
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