Women in Singapore don’t think males and females have equal opportunity to assume international assignments at their present organisation.
Females in Singapore treasure international mobility prospects more than their global peers, but there are disconnects between females’ goals and what companies are offering.
This was a key finding in a recent PwC survey.
To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) on Tuesday (8 March), PwC surveyed 3,937 professionals from 40 countries to deduce their international mobility experiences and aspirations.
Of these 3,937 respondents, 2,285 were women and 1,652 men, including 70 women and 34 men in Singapore.
In parallel, PwC polled 134 global executives with a remit for global mobility to analyse current mobility, talent management and diversity trends.