Reports

CCSWG is pleased to work with the California Budget and Policy Center to highlight the new California Women’s Well-Being Index. The index pulls together an array of measures for women and shares data by race and ethnicity, including health, employment, economic security, and political empowerment. The index is broken down by all 58 California counties with easy-to-download fact sheets by county and each measure. Visit the Index to learn more about how women in your community are faring today and what policymakers can do to make California a better place for women to live and thrive.

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Women's Earning Reports for Civil Service

California State agencies conduct an annual workforce analysis and earnings report for use in equal employment opportunity and workforce planning efforts. For a full list of employee census and reports for state service please visit the CalHR Workforce Analysis.

CEDAW Report

Convection on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women

Berkeley

Los Angeles

San Francisco

Santa Monica

Santa Clara County

CA Senate Resolution 78 (2017)

Start a Commission

 Contact the Commission for a copy of our handbook “Guide to Starting a Local Commission” for more information on how to start a commission in your county or city. 

 

Data & Reports

Data and reports focused on women and girls have become a vital tool for gender equity advocates in California and across the country. The Mount Saint Mary’s University 2021 Report on the Status of Women and Girls in California™ is a key tool and the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls is honored to be a regular contributor and supporter. The 2021 report is available to the public to view here. 

 

Women in the workplace

Women in the Workplace is the largest comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America. In 2015, McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org launched the study to help companies advance diversity in the workplace. Every year, the number of companies participating in this study has increased. 

 

Claim Your Seat: Women of Color on California Public Company Boards

Women on corporate boards have been shown to drive business growth and promote social responsibility. The overall number of women on California public company boards has doubled since 2018; however, companies are missing out on the skills and perspectives of women of color. In partnership with the Latino Corporate Directors Association, this new report profiles many of women who are leading, serving, and breaking new ground in their fields. 

 

The State of Black Women In Corporate America

The State of Black Women in Corporate America draws heavily on the annual Women in the Workplace study. Since 2015, more than 590 companies employing more than 22 million people, along with a quarter of a million individual employees, have participated in Women in the Workplace. Additional sources for this report include Lean In’s 50 Ways to Fight Bias program, a collaboration with Stanford’s VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab and Paradigm.

 

Tell Us What Matters To You!

We care about what is happening at the local level and we are committed to developing relationships with the local commissions across the state. We are here for you and would love to collaborate! Email us at info@women.ca.gov