After years of industry flux, investing in employee retention is just good business. Companies work hard to nurture top talent so they can innovate, disrupt, and lead the industry. But when it comes to retention, companies should work smarter, not harder.
System Upgrade bridges the gap between what’s offered and what’s needed.
Five years ago, the Rebooting Representation report set out to catalyze investments in and opportunities for Black, Latina and Native American (BLNA) women in computing. Catch up on the key findings here.
Half a decade later, our members have collectively pledged over $26 million to BLNA women in computing. As of 2021, the number of computing degrees awarded to BLNA women nearly doubled.
But the work isn’t done. Between 2018 and 2022, the representation of BLNA women in tech fell more than 10%. A key contributor? Retention issues.
Retaining talent can be complex, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Even amid uncertainty, effective policies are within reach for those who want to maintain a robust, thriving workforce. Read on to learn about the nine key policies your company should adopt so you don’t leave great talent on the table.