As businesses surpass the one-month mark of mandatory work-from-home orders due to the coronavirus, teams are adjusting to a new normal. But for many companies that don’t typically collaborate virtually, this adjustment is an ongoing…
To combat time constraints and attempt to eliminate human bias, many companies have taken to entrusting at least part of their hiring processes to outside companies that use machine-learning algorithms to weed out applicants. However,…
The number of women working in tech positions is growing, according to the 2019 Top Companies for Women Technologists Insights Report by AnitaB.org. AnitaB.org is a nonprofit that works to increase representation of women working…
AT&T’s college recruiting leader offers tips on recruiting millennials and how to choose schools to recruit from.
Implementing a few key initiatives and programs can make a world of difference for mid-career women who are ready to step into management roles.
KeyCorp’s Amy Brady shares five tips to help you recruit the best and the brightest women in technology.
New studies are showing that what millennials want in a job comes as a surprise to some employers.
New research from Accenture shows that employees who can’t shut off technology, especially women, damage their ability to do their best work and be promoted.
Top 50 tech companies don’t have the same “pipeline” gaps Microsoft has. Here’s what they do.
In light of the Microsoft CEO’s blunder, we look at real best practices from Monsanto, IBM, Dell and BASF to find and promote women at tech companies.
A new study shows serious gaps in retaining and promoting women in science and high-tech positions