Why Aren’t There More Women in Tech?

According to Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, women made up 37% of all computer science graduates in 1984. Today, that same figure is less than 18%.

With 1.4 million STEM jobs opening in the next 20 years and a significant talent shortage, employers are hard pressed to find enough candidates to meet the demand for high-skill tech …

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How One Company Leverages Employer Brand to Hire Customer-Oriented Employees

Repairing more than 1 million windshields per year, building relationships with over 3 million customers, and running more than 5,000 shops across the US requires a great amount of human capital. That’s why Safelite Autoglass places such a high value on finding the right people to join their company.

This service-oriented organization specializes in repairing or replacing car windshields when …

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