After the success of its 2017 pilot program, The Mom Project and BP have announced the return of The BP Returnship Program.
The hashtag #MeToo went viral in the fall of 2017 in the wake of an onslaught of sexual harassment and assault allegations against entertainment, business and political leaders. Just over a year later, has anything changed? Are workplaces fairer and safer?
While training programs provided by colleges and community organizations are important, there is much that companies can do to encourage and then reskill and upskill current employees who want to move into technical roles.
BTS, a world-leading strategy implementation firm, announces Accelerating Women Executives (AWE), a new leadership development program that addresses the underrepresentation of women in the C-Suite.
Women may be more subject to technology-driven marginalization than any other group, according to the World Economic Forum: Fifty-seven percent of the jobs that will be disrupted by technology by 2026 are currently held by women.
We are at a turning point when it comes to having women in leadership roles in the workplace.
Statistics show that women are still in comparatively short supply throughout industries such as manufacturing, construction and engineering – particularly when it comes to management and director-level positions.
The shortage of cybersecurity professionals, along with the well-known diversity problems in the tech industry, have led several organizations to develop initiatives to encourage individuals in underrepresented groups to explore cybersecurity careers.