Iberdrola is committed to women, to gender balance and to non-discrimination. We go all in when supporting the empowerment of women in business and society.
Women represented 23% of Iberdrola's workforce. Although the progress made so far is significant, our goal is to continue moving forward to become an international benchmark in gender equality, both inside and outside the company.
Iberdrola is the main sponsor of the Women, Health and Sport Tour, a tour of various Spanish cities designed to make society more aware of the role of women as an active and fundamental part of sports in our country.
As summer draws to a close, Spain's sportswomen can take pride in the success they have achieved at this season's championships — setting new records and winning new medals. Let's take a look at some of highlights.
The number of women who currently play sport or who closely follow sporting events is steadily increasing. This increase is a result of changes that took place in schools in the 1970s.
The measures are aimed at preventing inequalities between working men and women. The European Union estimates that on average women spend 22 unpaid hours every week caring for their children, 12 more than men.