CAPREIT recognized for gender parity across the organization.
Equileap’s latest report shows that only 28 companies globally have closed the gender pay gap, and just 18 have achieved gender balance at all levels.
According to an Equileap study – Canadian companies have a lot of work to do on gender equality, as no Canadian companies have closed the gender pay gap. In its latest report, Equileap notes that 81% of Canadian companies do not publish their gender pay gap, compared to 83% in 2022, and only 7 Canadian companies have published a strategy to close the gender pay gap.
More CEOs Named ‘Michael’ Than Women CEOs in Canada
In Canada, there are more CEOs named Michael (7) than female CEOs (6), though Canada outperforms the U.S. and global averages for women’s representation on the board, with 33%. Over one quarter (27%) of companies have a gender-balanced board, an improvement from 2022 (when it stood at 23%), Equileap finds.
As the only organization in Canada to have gender balance on all levels,
Canadian Apartment Properties REIT is humbled to be recognized by Equileap.
Op-ed published in The Hill Times. Expanded immigration can work hand-in-hand with the construction industry’s goals to open the way to uild the 3.5 million additional homes we need above the current pace of construction.
Addressing Canada’s housing crisis requires all-hands-on-deck. Step 1: stop chasing away the capital we’ll need to build 5.8 million new homes. Read my op-ed published …
From rents to immigration, CAPREIT President & Chief Executive Officer, Mark Kenney, discusses the critical issues surrounding affordability and the lack of housing crisis in …
Mark Kenney on ‘Working Capital: The Real Estate Podcast’ on Canadian REIT Market and Affordable Housing
Great conversation on the Canadian REIT Market and Affordable Housing with Mark Kenney and Jesse Fragale on the ‘Working Capital: The Real Estate Podcast’ You …