New research shows that the UK tech industry still has some way to go to address its workforce’s gender imbalance.
Tags: Women in the workplace
Women strive to be top of their workplace ‘game’ before they turn 40, contradictory to the majority of males who are happy to hold out until after their 40th birthday.
Network Rail today pledged to change its approach as it seeks to boost the number of women working on the railways after new research revealed that girls as young as seven have an ‘unconscious bias’ against engineering and by 14, many have fully switched off from it as a career option. Focus groups with schoolgirls…
Women are less confident about receiving a pay rise than men. They also feel less certain about finding a new job if their company were to go bust.
Following on from their Girls in Coding event held in London last week, recruitment platform Monster is hoping to gather the industry to forge a Tech Talent charter to open up more opportunities for females in the future of coding and technology.
International Women’s Day may have come and gone, but the key message of supporting women to progress and develop into top leadership positions remains as a priority for many organisations.
A new report launched today shows that business environments are the main barrier for women’s progression in the corporate workplace.