Tech firms must do more for women, says Harford
The country executive of the 30 Per Cent Club argues more representation is needed at middle management level
Irish tech companies need to do more to get women into middle management roles according to Gillian Harford, country executive of the 30 Per Cent Club.
Harford, who spoke at the Dublin Tech Talks International Women’s Day event last week, said there was an impressive number of women in senior positions in tech companies, but that more representation was needed across other levels of management.
“We want to see how we help women at...
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