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40% of employers expect more than half of their workforce to work from home after the COVID-19 pandemic has ended, and many of these are women. The danger in that is women will become less active in the workplace. With less visibility comes lesser chances of promotion.
In this episode, we explore:
- why Covid-19 pandemic has had and will continue to have a bigger impact on women’s careers than on men’s, even in the technology sector
- how the future workplace and the introduction of hybrid working is going to affect women’s career prospects
- the risk of hybrid working on the visibility of women and how this will have negative impact on your organization's gender pay gap
- what you can do to stop this from happening and protect your reputation as a forward-thinking employer striving to attract, develop, and retain female talent in its workforce.
Key resources mentioned in this episode:
Find out more about the Women In Technology Leadership programme HERE.
Hackajob’s survey on What Do Tech Talent Want in 2021
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