META CASE STUDY
Meta first engaged with everywoman in 2019 after many informal discussions at events and forums around the lack of female representation in careers such as software engineers and technicians.
“As a well-known brand, Meta are expected to be leading the way in diversity and inclusion, and in many respects they are,” said everywoman’s Global Director of Sales, Seema Bennett. “But they are also facing some of the same widespread issues as many other tech companies.” .
SHINING A SPOTLIGHT ON INSPIRATIONAL ROLE MODELS
The case study shows how the partnership between Meta and everywoman shines a spotlight on inspirational role models and helps promote inclusion and diversity at the social media giant, and within the tech sector as a whole. As well as collaborating on interviews, webinars and thought-leadership content, Meta are a key partner at the everywoman in Tech Forum, and leadership events.
THIS STUDY WILL BE OF PARTICULAR INTEREST TO:
- Business leaders who want to understand how attracting a more diverse team can benefit their own organisation, the economy and wider society
- HR leaders challenged with increasing the representation of women at senior levels within their organisation
- L&D managers interested in improving the skills and insight of their employees for the benefit of customers ― and the bottom line.