So how does Dignity empower working women?

93% of people want to work for a company that cares about them as an individual. There is a reason why wellbeing initiatives increase productivity and talent retention.

75% of women are caught out by their period at least once a year, often while at work.

Acknowledging this problem and taking it a step further to provide sanitary items at all times, businesses can become more female friendly and wellbeing focused. 

It is a small part in a very large problem- But we provide an actionable step that companies can take to achieve their larger diversity goals.

We surveyed the women who work for our corporate partners to find out how the Dignity initiative impacts them in their workplaces.

Hear what 448 Women have to say about what we do.

 
“I’m so impressed by this initiative.  I’ve told all my friends about it, makes me proud to work here”
Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Cigna

Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Cigna

70% of Women said that having Dignity at work makes them feel more personally supported at their workplace

Jacinta (Dignity Co-founder) at Yellow

Jacinta (Dignity Co-founder) at Yellow

71% of women said it was important for them to have Dignity at work

Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Zero

Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Zero

”Sometimes when I get my period, I might not have access to sanitary items at that point in time (very common). If that happens, I’ll be very self-conscious. Dignity is such a huge life saver to help relieve the stress from those situations”

88% of women said that the ‘Buy One, Give One’ aspect of Dignity which supports girls in need was important.

Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Zero

Jacinta and Miranda (Dignity Co-founders) at Zero

I love the idea of buy one - give one. having the products is a lovely thought and has come in handy at times. It’s things like this that make me proud of our people and communities.