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% Google’s Tech Staff is black
% more Revenue earned by teams Where Men and Women are Equal
% increase of the likelihood that a woman would be hired thanks to blind auditions
% of managers said that better cross-border communication would improve the bottom line
Both women and men are more likely to hire men over women, and it’s likely what leads to a lack of gender diversity in the workplace, as well as problems with women in leader.
Women get few opportunities in the business world, and no matter what people may think, it’s not because women can’t handle leadership.
Diversity is everyone’s problem. Being a big company doesn’t mean you’re excluded from needing diversity. Along with that stat, only 2% of Google’s tech staff is Hispanic, and only 17% are women.
Opportunity International focuses on creating equal opportunities in developing countries. They aim to build a sustainable future for families living in poverty. They do so by providing financial solutions and training in the workplace, to empower people living in poverty to transform their lives, their children’s futures and their communities.
Opportunity International is working to end
global poverty by creating and sustaining 20 million jobs by 2020.
We are working hard to understand how we can continually harness the power of technology and use this to tackle issues in the workplace.
As part of this, we want to make sure all voices are heard. Make a stand today.