Published: 10 May 2023
To fill critical talent gaps, prevent attrition and enhance DEI, research and development and technology leaders should look to optimize their employee value propositions to better meet the needs of women technology talent.
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R&D and technology leaders often struggle to retain women and optimize their employee value propositions (EVPs) to appeal to diverse talent.
Women in technology who have left their roles most frequently cite compensation, respect, manager quality, employee recognition, growth rate and location as dissatisfiers.
Additionally, women working in technology who are looking for new roles are most likely to be drawn to a role based on compensation, work-life harmonization, health benefits, respect, location and career development.
Despite perceptions that work-life harmonization is particularly important to women, data shows that it is valued similarly by men and women working in technology.
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