LinkedIn is the world’s leading professional social network, with almost 800 million users in more than 200 countries around the world.
LinkedIn thinks that people of equal ability should have equal opportunities. LinkedIn is working to break down the systemic hurdles that hold women and their professions back, in collaboration with its customers and members. The tech company is supporting this year’s international women’s day.
HCL Technologies is another tech company that is supporting International Women’s Day. The firm is a next-generation worldwide technology firm that assists organizations in reimagining their operations for the digital age.
With a global management strategic approach, a strong culture of creativity and risk-taking, and a persistent concentration on customer interactions, its technological products, services, and engineering are made up of four decades of innovation.
The comprehensive diversity agenda at HCL prioritizes women’s empowerment, hence their partnership with international women’s day.
John Deere is a global leader in innovative products, technology, and services for consumers who are fundamentally changing agriculture and construction, such as those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enhance, and create on the land to meet the globe’s growing demand for food, fuel, shelter, and infrastructure.
To help bring about this change, John Deere has embraced a culture where diversity, equity, and inclusion inspire creativity, potential, and collaboration, and they’ve partnered with International Women’s Day to do so.
Creating a tech initiative that is women-friendly
Tech organizations that speak out about their desire to hire more women in tech are creating an initiative to include women. Beyond mentorship, there are several methods for organizations to invest in the growth of their female employees and promote their success.
Establishing a women’s network community with volunteering opportunities for women. Mentorship options should also be available for women who want to venture into the tech space.
Tech companies should take the initiative to forge partnerships and solicit feedback from women in order to develop programs and activities that best support them. They can work together to develop spaces where women can exchange ideas and debate critical themes in a safe environment where they can be open.
There is no doubt that women ought to be each other’s supporters and work together to assist one another, but males and the rest of the world can have a bigger influence by empowering and advocating for them.
Rather than reinforcing toxic and unfriendly conduct toward women, tech businesses could take precautions such as education, inclusive language, a concentration on equality, and investing in fostering an inclusive environment.