We are excited to finally announce the release of Hugo’s first white paper on gender equity in tech! Readers will come away with an idea of their ideal communications tool stack.
While gender discrimination is beginning to get the attention it deserves, we must take cues to work toward creating balanced teams.
We are excited to finally announce the release of Hugo’s first white paper on gender and voice equity in the workplace! Foundational Approaches to Gender Equity in Tech is based on industry studies along with our own survey in collaboration with AWIP (Advancing Women in Product). The results have been incorporated into this white paper, which we are releasing today in partnership with Atlassian, BlueJeans, and Freshworks.
The results included some very interesting points of reference:
Over the past few years, gender equality in the tech industry has become more of a priority for leadership and diversity advocates alike.The #MeToo movement that started in 2016 has propelled this, after which lasting change has been highly anticipated. In this light, it is important to consider which efforts have been implemented and how successful they have been. Understanding the state of women in tech today helps us formulate the best way to effect change for tomorrow.
This white paper will discuss the current state of women in tech including:
It will also discuss what the tech industry must do to build a bright future for all women in tech by setting clear goals and exploring all the actions that can be taken at a grassroots level to affect change quickly. Readers will come away with an idea of the components of their ideal communications tool stack.
You can have your own copy of Foundational Approaches to Gender Equity in Tech sent to you here. As always, please let us know your thoughts!
Aubrey Blanche understands the nature and future of gender equity and is in a unique position to talk about the direct impact (or lack thereof) of the #MeToo movement on tech.
In conversation with Suman Gopalan, Chief Human Resources Officer at Freshworks, about gender equity in tech.