Our objective is to put the spotlight on the champion of corporate gender equality.
The Wo.Men@Work Award rewards the CEO who works hardest to achieve gender equality within his or her company based in Belgium.
A number of awards already exist for a personality, a project or a company.
The JUMP Award is unique in that it celebrates and supports a woman or a man at the top of an organisation who, through her or his commitment and actions, actively promotes corporate gender equality in their teams and among their managers.
THE AWARD IS AN ORIGINAL CONCEPT CREATED BY JUMP, SUPPORTED BY COCA COLA EUROPEAN PARTNERS DURING THE LAST SIX YEARS.
The Wo.Men@Work Award rewards the executive manager who works hardest to achieve gender equality at work.
If you feel your organisation is not ready yet to nominate your CEO, you can partner nevertheless and benefit from
visibility and gender equality knowledge.
Chairman of the jury
Country Director Belgium Luxembourg Coca-Cola European Partners
“For the fifth year in a row, Coca-Cola European Partners co-organises JUMP’s
Wo.Men @ Work Award. We want to be there for everyone, as is stated in the intrinsic values
of our brand. That is why it is so important to us that the values of our brand are also translated towards our teams. Our objective is to increase the percentage of women up to 45% by 2020.
We actively encourage a balanced gender ratio both within as well as outside the company.
In this context, we support JUMP’s Wo.Men @ Work Award in order to encourage other
companies to develop a dynamic and inclusive corporate culture.”
Coca-Cola european partner (CCEP) is subsidiary of Coca-Cola European Partners, Inc. which is one of the world’s largest bottlers of the brands owned by The Coca-Cola Company.
CCEP produce, distribute and sell the beverages through various channels.
At the end of 2017, Coca-Cola had about 2.300 employees spread over 8 sites in Belgium and Luxembourg.