The workplace has changed drastically over the past year. In addition to shifting towards an entirely remote setting, many employers have reinvigorated or restarted their investments in diversity, equity and inclusion.
A tremendous amount of progress was made in 2020, with many companies taking the crucial first step to start a conversation about race in the workplace. However, creating work environments in which every employee is able to and feels comfortable being their authentic self is a far greater challenge.
We understand this, which is why our latest webinar will focus on the current state of DEI in the technology industry: what has improved, where we still fall short, and how employers can continue to drive meaningful change.
In an effort to provide tech employers across the country with the insights they need to create cultures that reflect their peoples’ values and protect the individuality of all employees, Built In surveyed hundreds of tech professionals and employers in the final months of 2020.
The result is an extensive, unfiltered look at the current state of diversity, equity and inclusion in the technology industry today. Employer data indicates how tech companies have progressed, key areas of improvement, and which initiatives will be of importance in 2021.
However, the information provided by tech professionals reveals where major gaps remain, and provides insight on the most urgent next steps for tech. In our upcoming webinar, we’ll share key findings from our research, and industry thought leaders will provide best practices and strategies for how to improve your company’s DEI initiatives.
Join us February 18 at 10am PST / 1pm EST for the live discussion. Can’t make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording of the discussion.
Here’s a look at what you can expect to learn from the conversation:
- An overview of the current state of DEI in the tech industry
- How tech leaders are improving and prioritizing their DEI efforts
- Where the tech industry as a whole can stand to improve