3 Apps Breaking Down Barriers for Women in the Workplace
A Woman in Tech Whose Passion is Empowering Others
Workplace diversity, or a lack thereof, is an issue that many companies struggle with. Women in technical or leadership roles, in particular, are far outnumbered by their male counterparts in most companies. Solving this issue requires employers to make a major shift in how they recruit, hire, support, and promote women.
Top 8 Apps for Workplace Diversity
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Disabilities Inclusion in Workplaces
Many companies rely on things like employee training and workplace policies to facilitate diversity, but some organizations have added something different to their diversity toolkit: diversity-tailored apps.
How tech start-ups can build diversity into their DNA
To most employers, differences in employee nationality, race, and gender are the most familiar indicators of diversity. However, diversity is much broader and also includes people with disabilities.
How Women Can Break the Glass Ceiling in the Tech Sector
Technology controls nearly every aspect of our daily lives. Everything from how we work, eat, shop, and interact with one another is controlled or influenced by technology. Through their decisions and innovations, tech companies have incredible power and influence over our lives.
Why Gender Diversity Will Make or Break Silicon Valley
The gender gap in the technology sector is a well-known issue. Even those tech companies that are truly invested in hiring and retaining women continue to struggle to close the gap. In fact, a PwC survey showed that Silicon Valley and the surrounding cities have pay gaps ranging from 18 to 22 percent.
Facebook Harassment Guide on Offer to Tech
Gender diversity in tech is an important issue that all tech companies should address. The goal should not only be to achieve more balance in a male-dominated industry, but also to encourage the development of women in tech.
How to Retool Yourself for the New Job Marketplace
The social media company is offering its U.S. policy as a model for its Silicon Valley neighbors.
Although I still advise young adults to try to find a big company to work for during their twenties (far better to have someone else pay for your mistakes than for you to - literally - have to pay for your own), corporate loyalty died decades ago.