ERE Webinar

How to Recruit, Hire, and Retain More Women in Tech

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Women make up only 24% of the tech workforce at entry level, and occupy only 11% of executive positions in Silicon Valley.

Join Perri Chase on Thursday, April 19, as she shares the challenges women in tech are facing, and what you can do to attract and retain more of them–and start making a difference today.

In addition to getting an exclusive, first-hand look at new data on the state of the industry–like what women in tech are experiencing comparatively to their male colleagues–you’ll learn:

  1. Strategies women in tech believe YOU could be doing to promote more equality in the workplace (spoiler alert: gender-neutral job applications fall last on the list)
  2. Tweaks you can make to your EVP and recruitment strategy that can make a BIG difference when attracting and retaining women
  3. Proven outreach and recruitment tactics that work with women in tech and will help you stand out

Who Should Attend: Recruiters and recruiting leaders who are passionate about equality in the workplace and who want to learn more about what they can do to attract and retain impactful women for their teams.

The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCIand SHRM credits.

Presented by:

Perri Chase

Perri Chase is an Executive Leadership Coach & Facilitator helping individuals and companies optimize the full potential of their talent. Perri spent the first half of her career in Retained Executive Search helping global Banks and Hedge Funds recruit the market’s best talent from their competitors. More recently she worked in Technology as a Founder of companies like Unroll.me and Archively.

Laura Brewer

Laura Brewer is someone who’s been living leadership her whole life: both the cost of it, and the way through. Laura grew up in the south and knew she was gay at a young age, which meant she learned to hide her identity and authenticity in order to be safe. As a speaker and coach, she now has a super power that came from her pain: the ability to help leaders and teams who are hiding parts of themselves — and paying the cost of that with imposter syndrome, poor communication, a struggle to innovate and take risks and with lack of diversity, trust, and inclusivity in their organizations — bring themselves fully out in order to transform results through authenticity, courage, and connection.