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How can tech companies diversify their workforces?

Jul 24, 2014
It takes more than just training and recruiting women and people of color.
Posted In: Twitter, diversity, Google, Facebook

Brogrammers give up some ground in comp-sci classes

Jul 24, 2014
More girls and minorities took computer science Advance Placement courses in 2014
Posted In: diversity, computer science

Why it's so difficult to break the glass ceiling

Jul 24, 2014
New study shows women and minority leaders are discouraged from hiring diversity.
Posted In: diversity, minority, women in management

The Googlers inventing the future: mainly male, white

May 29, 2014
A lack of diversity in an innovation company can lead to a disconnect.
Posted In: Google, diversity, women in tech

Banks aim for diversity at the top. Can they do more?

Jan 17, 2014
Plus a poll: Do you think your bank cares about diversity?
Posted In: banking, diversity

The economics behind SNL cast's lack of diversity

Dec 13, 2013
"Saturday Night Live" took the backlash over its lack of female black performers seriously enough to hold a special audition.
Posted In: SNL, Lorne Michaels, diversity

Wikimania 2013: What's next for Wikipedia?

Aug 12, 2013
The online, crowd-sourced encyclopedia is thinking about a more social, inclusive future.
Posted In: Wikipedia, diversity, crowdsourcing

A history of Take our Daughters to Work -- and why it now includes sons

Apr 25, 2013
Now that women make up half the American workforce, is Take Our Daughters To Work Day still relevant?
Posted In: women CEOs, women, inequality, diversity

Race on your resume: An invitation for discrimination?

Apr 5, 2013
From the organizations you're a member of to your educational background to something as simple as your name -- advertising your ethnicity, sexuality, religion or gender on your resume can affect the hiring process.
Posted In: resume, Jobs, diversity, Work

A status update on women in tech

Mar 4, 2013
How does tech compare to other industries when it comes to female employment, equal pay, and cultural attitude?
Posted In: women, diversity, Tech

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