Women’s Day: KIWI supports gender equity

The arrival of Women’s Day is an important opportunity to reflect on the situation of women in terms of human and professional rights, as well as the need to continue to sensitize society on the issues that still today affect many women around the world.

At KIWI, as a company, we have always had a 360-degree integration of all the resources that work every day in the company within our corporate policies and our vision. Whether they are male or female, gender does not count within our company in terms of leadership, responsibility and importance.

Few people know that 85% of the resources working in KIWI are female, and on the occasion of Women’s Day we asked some questions to the many female resources inside our company. In the course of the article we will see some interesting answers.


The challenges of women at work

Women still face many challenges in the world of work, despite the progress made in recent decades.

One of the main challenges is gender discrimination, which manifests itself in many forms, including unequal pay, lack of access to career opportunities and the difficulty of reconciling work and family life. In addition, women are often victims of harassment and violence in the workplace, which can have a negative impact on their health and mental well-being.

It is important to continue to sensitize society precisely because these problems do not generate a serene working environment and create difficulties within the productive and creative flows.

In this regard we asked our girls "What are the challenges you face in your role and how do you overcome them?"