Reboot your brain to banish unconscious bias, says Kristen Pressner, Global Head of HR for Roche Diagnostics.
While most diversity and inclusion initiatives focus on gender and, to a lesser extent, ethnicity, SAP believes it is breaking new ground by starting to concentrate on the “differently-abled”.
This week - an epic series on women in tech brings new lessons. Plus: RPA investment gets real, while ROI questions linger. Your whiffs include robot goofs. And: I throw United Airlines under the bus for good.
To mark International Women’s Day, we spoke to a varied group of females new to the technology industry to find out what attracted them to be part of the minority that is women in tech
To mark International Women’s Day (IWD), we spoke to a varied group of females new to the technology industry to find out what attracted them to be part of the minority group that is women in tech
Influential women in tech argue that the industry should be placing more attention on the role of men, in order to promote equality in the workplace.
There’s a huge, untapped source of talent out there most employers are missing out on. It's time to rethink recruitment practices if you don't want to miss out on the next Steve Jobs!
British politicians debate Brexit, the future of UK manufacturing and productivity. Labour's Corbyn wins.
Leading UK Labour and Conservative politicians pitched their arguments for a brighter manufacturing sector. Labour's Jeremy Corbyn made the more persuasive pitch but that's easy when you're in Opposition.
Close the digital skills gap and gain the talent edge - lessons from diginomica's diversity coverage
It's easy for workplace diversity to become a useless, feel good cliché. But there are field lessons and data that should be reckoned with. Here's my review of diginomica's recent diversity coverage.
How SAP Business Beyond Bias productizes inclusive processes within SuccessFactors - an illustrated review
SAP's Business Beyond Bias initiative has always been a compelling story. But now comes the hard part: overcoming algorithmic (and human) bias while productizing better processes. Here's an illustrated tour - and my assessment.
Amy Lynch, ThoughtWorks UK’s head of diversity and inclusion, provides insights into what the software consultancy is doing to support its LGBTQ community.
Employers must up their game to attract, develop and keep digital talent, according to a new report by Capgemini and LinkedIn.
Loneliness is a growing Western phenomenon, but one Dublin-based organisation, GirlCrew, is doing its bit to help with a platform to assist women of all ages in making new friends.