Women in Tech: Steps Leaders Can Take to Improve Retention and Career Opportunities

Reducing stereotyping, providing mentorship and more can help women thrive in IT careers.

By |2024-03-14T20:54:43+00:00March 14, 2024|alphabet, computer system design, conductor software, CXO, cybersecurity, Innovation, International, onymos, robert half, Social enterprise, Tech & Work, Tech Industry, Uncategorized, wing, women in tech|Comments Off on Women in Tech: Steps Leaders Can Take to Improve Retention and Career Opportunities

UK Deep Tech Faces Major Diversity Challenge, Royal Academy of Engineering Finds

More than three quarters of founding teams behind AI, quantum computing and similar "deep tech" companies in the U.K. are all male, according to a report by RAEng.

By |2024-01-03T16:12:48+00:00January 3, 2024|CXO, deep tech, diversity, gender disparity, stem, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, women in tech|Comments Off on UK Deep Tech Faces Major Diversity Challenge, Royal Academy of Engineering Finds

UK Deep Tech Faces Major Diversity Challenge, Royal Academy of Engineering Finds

More than three quarters of founding teams behind AI, quantum computing and similar "deep tech" companies in the U.K. are all male, according to a report by RAEng.

By |2024-01-03T16:12:48+00:00January 3, 2024|CXO, deep tech, diversity, gender disparity, stem, UK, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, women in tech|Comments Off on UK Deep Tech Faces Major Diversity Challenge, Royal Academy of Engineering Finds

UK AI Startup Funding: Alan Turing Institute Identifies Huge Gender Disparity

Female-founded AI startups in the U.K. received six times less funding than their male counterparts between 2012 and 2022, The Alan Turing Institute finds.

By |2023-10-17T19:56:00+00:00October 17, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, gender disparity, gender diversity, Innovation, International, Start-Ups, tech entrepreneurs, tech innovation, tech startups, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, venture capital, women in tech|Comments Off on UK AI Startup Funding: Alan Turing Institute Identifies Huge Gender Disparity

Women in tech: Making strides, but gender and pay disparity remain

As Women's History month draws to a close, three female IT leaders discuss the strides they’ve made working in a male-dominated field and offer advice on how to create a more level playing field. The post Women in tech: Making strides, but gender and p...

By |2023-03-31T20:23:24+00:00March 31, 2023|career development, CXO, diversity equity inclusion, gender gap, retention, salaries, Tech & Work, Uncategorized, women in tech|Comments Off on Women in tech: Making strides, but gender and pay disparity remain

Study: Women in cybersecurity feel excluded, disrespected

Feelings of exclusion and being disrespected impacts hiring opportunities and retention for women, according to a new report. The post Study: Women in cybersecurity feel excluded, disrespected appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-03-31T12:30:30+00:00March 31, 2023|CXO, cybersecurity, diversity and inclusion, Security, Tech & Work, Uncategorized, women in tech|Comments Off on Study: Women in cybersecurity feel excluded, disrespected

One in four women in tech don’t feel valued

Making employees feel valued is about company culture and work-life balance, a survey found. Remote work and diverse recruitment efforts can make a difference. The post One in four women in tech don’t feel valued appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-02-08T19:20:06+00:00February 8, 2023|career, CXO, DE&I, diversity, equity, inclusion, pay gay, Tech & Work, Uncategorized, wage gap, women, women in tech|Comments Off on One in four women in tech don’t feel valued
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