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Women in the Workplace 2022

October 18, 2022

Women in the Workplace is the largest study on the state of women in corporate America. In 2015, LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company launched the study to give companies insights and tools to advance gender diversity in the workplace. Between 2015 and 2022, over 810 companies participated in the study, and more than 400,000 people were surveyed on their workplace experiences. This year, we collected information from 333 participating organizations employing more than 12 million people, surveyed more than 40,000 employees, and conducted interviews with women of diverse identities, including women of color, LGBTQ+ women, and women with disabilities. Our 2022 report focuses on how the pandemic has changed what women want from their companies, including the growing importance of opportunity, flexibility, employee well-being, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Women in the Workplace 2017

October 12, 2017

Women in the Workplace 2017 is a comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America. This research is part of a long-term partnership between McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org to give organizations the information they need to promote women's leadership and foster gender equality.222 companies employing more than 12 million people shared their pipeline data and completed a survey of Human Resources practices. In addition, more than 70,000 employees – including women from different races and ethnicities – completed a survey designed to explore their experiences regarding gender, opportunity, career, and work-life issues.

Fiscal Sponsorship: The State of a Growing Service

December 18, 2003

Fiscal sponsorship is an emerging trend in the nonprofit organizational landscape. Fiscal sponsorship refers to the practice of nonprofit organizations offering their legal and tax-exempt status to groups engaged in activities related to the organizations' missions. It typically involves a fee-based contractual arrangement between a project and an established nonprofit. In recent years, fiscal sponsorship has emerged as a more formal nonprofit service, with many organizations making the sponsorship and incubation of projects a core business.The purpose of this study was to identify current best practices in fiscal sponsor services. Originally intended as an internal report, the Trust decided to publicly release the study when we realized no such analysis was available to the philanthropic and nonprofit communities. However, this paper is only a beginning. We hope it will be useful to the public.