Let's start the conversation on gender in the workplace.


Workplace gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources, and opportunities regardless of gender. 
Do our workplaces need a revolution?


The Cayman Islands, along with many countries worldwide, has made significant progress towards gender equality in recent decades, particularly in education, health, and workforce participation. However, is the gender gap in the Cayman Islands workforce still prevalent?

We want to know. You can help!


The aim of gender equality in the workplace is to achieve broadly equal outcomes for women and men, not necessarily outcomes that are exactly the same for all. 


Achieving gender equality is important for workplaces not only because it is ‘fair’ and ‘the right thing to do,’ but because it is also linked to a country’s overall economic performance.

Workplace gender equality is associated with:

- Improved national productivity and economic growth

- Increased organisational performance 

- Enhanced ability of companies to attract talent and retain employees 

- Enhanced organisational reputation

Strength lies in differences, not similarities.
— Stephen R Covey
“It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals.”
— Emma Watson
We must raise both the ceiling and the floor.
— Sheryl Sandberg
Women will not be equal outside the home until men are equal in it.
— Gloria Steinem


This initiative is made possible by organisations in the Cayman Islands who proudly demonstrate interest and care for workplace diversity by providing financial support for this initiative.

Click here to learn more including why and ways to support

Initiative Committee

A team of people is volunteering their time and expertise to making this initiative a success. 
Click here to meet the team


Do we need to move the needle on workplace diversity? Read on to find out.