- The lack of workforce diversity and unconscious bias is a systemic problem in Silicon Valley.
- Tech companies are grappling with culture wars at shareholder meetings and lawsuits over this issue.
- To win the talent war, this is a necessity: 47% of millennials want to work at diverse companies, according to a recent study.
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- Google has published its 2018 diversity report.
- The figures show that while Google’s diversity is improving, it’s moving at a very slow pace.
- Numbers of both black and Native American workers at the firm have grown less than 1 percentage point over the past four years. Black US employees are leaving more than any other ethnic group.
- Women make up 30.9% of the workforce but are less represented in leadership and tech roles.
- Google’s latest diversity report shows that race and gender ratios are hardly changing.
- In an effort to “do more” to achieve diversity goals, the company said it will shift more responsibility to senior leaders.
- A Google employee who recently presented a proposal to get executive pay tied to diversity isn’t sure whether to be “hopeful or cynical” about the change.
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