Ericsson has sights set on gender balance
Swedish communication technology giant aims for women to make up 30 per cent of its staff by 2020
It’s 2016, but there are still questions to answer about gender balance - or the lack of it - in the tech sector.
Tech companies are looking at ways to address this. Ericsson, the Swedish communication technology giant, has made equality, talent and diversity a priority, setting a target to boost the total number of women in its workforce to 30 per cent by 2020.
The company, which employs 116,000 staff in 180 countries, had a...
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