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Gender Equality Plan
StrokeAlert’s goal is to preserve the quality of life for women and men at risk for stroke. For us, work-life balance is embedded in our organizational culture. We actively encourage our staff to focus on health and wellness activities.
StrokeAlert is committed to enhancing gender equality in startup leadership. Decision-making has to be heterogeneous. We already have gender-balanced leadership demonstrated in decision-making, recruitment, and career progression. To improve gender equality, we dedicate resources to empower our staff to achieve equality at the managing level. Raising awareness of the importance of equal leadership is done by training, mentoring, and teaching business skills to women leaders.
We believe in integrating the gender dimension into research and teaching content, as half of our customers are women. When the company grows, we will dedicate human resources and gender expertise for more comprehensive implementation (data collection and annual reporting based on specific indicators and measures against gender-based violence, including sexual harassment).
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