November 1, 2018  6:36 PM

Why Google employees have staged equality walkouts

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in tech", Diversity, equality, Google, Women

On 1 November 2018 Google staff from offices around the world staged walkouts to protest the company’s alleged poor treatment of women. Staff across all departments, in several cities globally, have left their office buildings to stand outside in protest, including the internet giant’s...

November 15, 2016  3:49 PM

GUEST BLOG: From baby to boardroom – breaking barriers

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"tech careers", "women in IT", "women in tech", Careers, Engineering, Maths, science, Stem, Technology, Women

In this is contributed blog post from O2's HR director Ann Pickering, she discusses the barriers women can face when trying to move up within an organisation - Breaking barriers for women in tech: From baby to boardroom Much has been done in recent years to encourage more women...

October 17, 2016  8:23 AM

Last day to nominate for the Everywoman in Tech Awards

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"tech skills", "women in tech", everywoman, IT careers, IT skills, Stem, Women

The deadline for FDM’s Everywoman in Technology Awards has been extended to Monday 17th of October. This is your last chance to nominate inspirational women in tech for the FDM Everywoman in technology awards, in association with TechUK. Nominations for...

October 11, 2016  8:18 PM

GUEST BLOG: Women in tech will grow alongside digital

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in IT", digital, Diversity, IT jobs, IT skills, tech, Technology, Women, Women in Technology

In this blog post, Vicki L. Hanson, president for the Association for Computing Machinery, explores the possibility that as digital becomes a vital part of all industries, more women will begin to enter the IT sector.  In May, it was my honor to be elected as the...

August 8, 2016  4:26 PM

Everywoman launches search for 2017 FDM everywoman in Tech Awards entries

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in IT", "women in tech", IT jobs, IT skills, Women

Everywoman has begun its search for nominees for its 2017 FDM Everywoman in technology awards. The awards, which are run annually by Everywoman, are designed to showcase inspiring female role models in the technology industry.

July 27, 2016  4:20 PM

GUEST BLOG: Women on the IT ladder – is CIO the next step?

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in IT", CIO, IT careers, IT jobs, IT skills, Women

In this contributed blog post Lisa Heneghan, head of UK CIO Advisory at KPMG UK, discusses how the changing demands placed on CIOs may lead to more women in the c-suite The recent Harvey Nash/KPMG global CIO survey found the...

July 12, 2016  2:50 PM

Diversity advice from the experts: diversity inclusion after hiring

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in IT", Diversity, inclusion, Women

I recently spoke to Judith Williams, the global head of diversity at Dropbox, about how to increase and sustain diversity in tech and the wider workplace. Unsurprisingly, Williams explains that the level of diversity in an organisation tends to increase as a firm focusses on improving...

July 7, 2016  3:35 PM

Everywoman extends deadline for entries to the 2016 NatWest Everywoman awards

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"women in IT", everywoman, Women

The deadline to enter the annual NatWest Everywoman awards has been extended to allow more female business owners to put themselves forward. Female entrepreneurs now have until Monday July 11 to submit themselves for the NatWest Everywoman awards which showcases great women in...

April 14, 2016  10:10 AM

Tech in Manchester: a man’s world

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"diversity in tech", "women in tech", Diversity, Google, ipad, IT, IT jobs, Women

In this contributed blog post, HR consultant for Equality Pays Michelle Gyimah discusses the lack of women in...

March 21, 2016  2:13 PM

Could 2016 be the tipping point for women in tech?

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
"computing curriculum", "Gender equality", feminism, IT careers, schools, Women, Women in Technology

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