Tech Industry Struggles with Diversity and Male Discontent
There are some steps—while not flashy or headline-grabbing—that an organization can take to make it more appealing to women and minorities, including making changes to their processes and workplace culture.
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What gives diverse teams the edge?
There’s a lot about diversity and it’s benefits in the news, and an ever increasing body of research which never fails to support the concept that diversity is a good thing for business. A 2015 McKinsey report of 366 public companies found those in the top quartile for diversity in management were up to 35% more likely to have earnings above their industry mean, which is astounding.
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I’m An Ex-Google Woman Tech Leader And I’m Sick Of Our Approach To Diversity!
This post is to highlight how sick I am about our approach to diversity and what we could do instead to dramatically improve the situation.
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Facebook to double the number of women employees
Facebook aims to double the strength of women workers globally in the next five years, along with doubling black and Hispanic employees in the US.
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When diversity efforts backfire: Advice to avoid legal trouble
Many employers support the idea that diversity is good for business. Increased productivity and innovation are just a couple of the benefits that come with employing people from different backgrounds. So, it’s no surprise many HR pros are making diversity and inclusion efforts a top priority.
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