The Human Rights and Diversity Seal aims to recognize initiatives for diversity, inclusion and promotion of human rights implemented by public and private associations in the city of São Paulo.
This is not the first time that Cushman & Wakefield Brasil has its practices recognized in the Women category. This is the third consecutive time that the company has received the Seal of Human Rights and Diversity, motivated by its WIN program.
Every year an event celebrates the receipt of the Seal, which this time took place on October 29th. On the occasion, the Municipal Secretariat and the Mayor of São Paulo exalted the importance of recognizing as companies that have been implementing good practices, in addition to preparing a special program with a touch of humor and a lot of social responsibility: ''It is with great joy that we receive this award for another consecutive year. This recognition gives us the assurance that all the actions we present are beneficial to the entire corporation ’’, celebrates Priscila Almeida, leader of WIN Chapter SP.
Recognition in the Women category once again reinforces the company's commitment to the Women's Integrated Network. According to the latest survey, 51% of Cushman & Wakefield Brasil's workforce is made up of women. In leadership roles, they occupy half the positions.
Giuliana Martin, also Leader of the WIN SP Chapter, told how gratifying it is to see WIN receive this award again: “It reinforces the importance of the time and effort we have invested in this initiative and the positive impact we can bring to women and all employees in the company. It just shows us that we are on the right path', he says.
It is worth remembering that Celina Antunes, CEO of Cushman & Wakefield for South America, was the first woman to hold the position of CEO of the company worldwide. With the organization since 1994, she knows the importance of promoting this type of initiative.
“Recognition for the development practices of female talent is extremely important for women at Cushman & Wakefield and consequently for the entire labor market, which still faces challenges related to gender inequality. Receiving the Human Rights and Diversity Seal for the third consecutive year means a lot to WIN and shows that we are on the right path’’. Celina Antunes, CEO of Cushman & Wakefield for South America.
WIN – Women's Integrated Network is a program that supports and develops the company's female talents. To show Cushman & Wakefield's commitment to gender diversity, an internal women's network was formed. The Integrated Women's Network at Cushman & Wakefield (WIN) focuses on training, networking, briefings and mentoring, as well as promoting and recruiting women across the organization.