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Are you doing enough to tackle Gender Diversity?

Having a robust diversity and inclusion strategy is vital for any progressive company. However, the tech sector in Germany still faces significant challenges when it comes to gender diversity, especially in software roles. Despite acknowledging the benefits of diversity, the numbers remain discouraging, with only 16% of the tech workforce being women, and even fewer in software roles. This raises the crucial question: "What more can be done?"

Gender diversity matters greatly in the tech sector, which plays a pivotal role in shaping our future. To create culturally sensitive and equitable technologies, the industry needs to reflect the wider population. Studies have demonstrated that diverse teams lead to increased productivity, better decision-making, and improved financial performance, making it clear that hiring a diverse workforce is key to fostering creativity, innovation, and driving economic success.

So, how can companies make progress in improving gender diversity? Here are some essential steps to consider:

  1. Evaluate your hiring and sourcing strategy to align it with your DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) strategy.
  2. Provide training to your leaders on topics like unconscious bias.
  3. Review your flexible working policies and explore how they can aid in diversifying your workforce.
  4. Analyze and address your gender pay gap.
  5. Implement strategies to ensure better gender representation across all levels of your organization.

By taking these measures, we can pave the way for a more inclusive and diverse tech sector that benefits everyone involved. Let's work together to make a positive change for a brighter future.

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