Where in the world are the women software developers?

Where in the world are the women software developers?

India, the UAE, Romania, China, Sri Lanka, and Italy have the highest percentage of women software developers, while in the EU, Bulgaria has the most women in tech.

09/14/18

NDAs stifling tech workers’ voices

NDAs stifling tech workers’ voices

Anonymous polling conducted by TeamBlind shows tech workers are being silenced by non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).

09/07/18

Women still underrepresented in Fortune 500 leadership roles

Women still underrepresented in Fortune 500 leadership roles

The glass ceiling persists at Fortune 500 companies, especially for women of color.

08/31/18

New research highlights the racial wage gap in the tech industry

New research highlights the racial wage gap in the tech industry

Tech’s diversity problem goes beyond underrepresentation. Black and brown tech workers do not get equal pay for equal work, regardless of their gender.

08/24/18

Gender pronouns: Small changes have big impact on workplace inclusion

Gender pronouns: Small changes have big impact on workplace inclusion

Gender pronouns are becoming more important in the workplace as diversity and inclusion conversations continue.

08/17/18

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day 2018: Closing the pay gap a struggle

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day 2018: Closing the pay gap a struggle

Equal Pay Day 2018 was observed back in April — for white women. Black women, however, have to work until August to make what a white man would earn.

08/10/18

Are open-office plans sexist?

Are open-office plans sexist?

A study from U.K. researchers shows how open-office plans can be subtly — and overtly — sexist.

08/03/18

ArenaNet developers fired after being targeted for sexist abuse

ArenaNet developers fired after being targeted for sexist abuse

Appeasing misogynists on the internet doesn’t placate them or diffuse instances of harassment and abuse — it only makes them worse.

07/20/18

Are workplaces actually changing as a result of #MeToo?

Are workplaces actually changing as a result of #MeToo?

Companies aren’t doing enough to address the revelations from #MeToo, according to a new Harvard Business Review survey.

07/13/18

When diversity training backfires

When diversity training backfires

Tech’s diversity problem can’t be solved with diversity training alone. The culture at the company must also change.

07/06/18

Krzanich’s resignation the right move, but a loss for Intel’s diversity efforts

Krzanich’s resignation the right move, but a loss for Intel’s diversity efforts

Brian Krzanich was one of the loudest advocates for increasing diversity in tech. Will Intel’s efforts continue now that he’s gone?

06/29/18

Tech industry should stand up and speak out against injustice

Tech industry should stand up and speak out against injustice

Technology workers have incredible power to shape the way companies and governments operate.

06/22/18

Alphabet dismisses action on diversity and inclusion

Alphabet dismisses action on diversity and inclusion

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, rejected proposals from shareholders that may have helped address the company’s longstanding issues with diversity and inclusion.

06/15/18

How tech companies are recognizing Pride month

How tech companies are recognizing Pride month

June is LGBTQ+ Pride month, and tech companies are eager to show their support.

06/08/18

Is Snap the next Uber?

Is Snap the next Uber?

Silicon Valley’s toxic culture rears its ugly head once again – this time at Snap.

06/01/18

What the Supreme Court ruling on arbitration means for #MeToo

What the Supreme Court ruling on arbitration means for #MeToo

The Supreme Court dealt a blow to private sector employees’ ability to band together to fight labor violations, including sexual harassment.

05/25/18

Amazon’s board adopts shareholder-backed diversity proposal

Amazon’s board adopts shareholder-backed diversity proposal

After taking flak for voting against a shareholder proposal to improve the diversity of Amazon’s board, the tech giant reverses course.

05/18/18

Resume gaps don’t define candidates, skills do

Resume gaps don’t define candidates, skills do

It’s already hard finding skilled people to fill positions. So, don’t let a candidate’s career gap prevent you from hiring them. Look at their skills — you will likely find great talent.

05/11/18

New Uber diversity report encouraging, but tech industry still struggles

New Uber diversity report encouraging, but tech industry still struggles

Uber is making progress towards greater diversity and inclusion, while efforts elsewhere are stalling as ‘diversity fatigue’ creeps in.

05/04/18

Paging Dr. Dana Scully: More media representations of women in STEM needed

Paging Dr. Dana Scully: More media representations of women in STEM needed

The Scully Effect is real -- so let’s see more women technologists and STEM professionals on screen.

04/27/18

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