How to close the gap

One Irish company is on a mission to achieve gender balance and its progress is inspirational, writes Siobhán Maguire

7th April, 2019
Jarlath Dooley, director of HR and Integration, Version 1: ‘The IT industry is still very male-dominated’

When Adare Human Resource Management held a forum that focused on the gender balance in the workplace in Ireland last month, it included a shining example of how this can be achieved through even the simplest of changes.

Jarlath Dooley of Version 1, Ireland’s largest IT services and solutions provider, shared the story of his organisation’s two-year journey to address gender imbalance in the workplace.

Speaking at the forum, Dooley said: “There...

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