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Diversity and Inclusion
Inclusion, Inc. Bringing your whole self to work now includes showing up with your socioeconomic class as the backdrop and brings new challenges around equity and access. Feature The tech sector has made strides attracting more women and inching closer to equal pay. But a glaring disconnect remains in how men and women view gender diversity progress in IT. Feature There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for a successful diversity and inclusion strategy, but best practices can help ensure you’re establishing a diverse workplace that can innovate and thrive. Inclusion, Inc. Just as most companies wouldn’t tolerate a white person taking the stage dressed in blackface, we need to ensure the same degree of no-tolerance in online spaces. Feature Organizations with diverse corporate boards perform better, innovate more, and attract and retain better talent. Women IT leaders are ready and are heeding the call. Feature Melissa Di Donato’s first priority as CEO of SUSE was to implement a mentoring program to uplift women in their tech careers. Feature These 12 awards recognize hard-working women who promote diversity and inclusion and who inspire other women to grow their careers in tech. Feature Trying to improve diversity in your hiring pipeline? Here’s what will make your organization attractive to women and other minorities. Feature Women are exiting IT in droves, as companies struggle to hire and engage these valuable employees. The first step to change? Listening to what women want. Level Playing Field Parenting is difficult enough without taking the blame for your child’s poor choices. How can your decisions affect your child’s success? Feature Research from RedThread and Mercer shows a robust market for D&I technology tools. Here’s an overview of tools for supporting your diversity and inclusion strategy. Feature A strong diversity and inclusion strategy can help your organization attract top talent and drive innovative results. Here’s how to launch a D&I initiative that works. Diverse-IT Several groups predict diversity and inclusion in the workplace will improve in 2019—that it has to if companies want to attract and retain employees. Hopefully they are right.
Analysis The gender pay gap in IT is real. But delve deeper into the data, and the underlying reasons for pay inequity — discrepancies in roles, leadership and opportunities — come to light.