Social media behemoth Twitter has announced new plans to focus on building a diverse talent pipeline during the coronavirus crisis.
In a recent blog post penned by Twitter’s Vice President of People Experience and Head of Inclusion and Diversity, Dalana Brand, explained that by 2025 the company hopes to have women represent half of its workforce and for ‘under-represented minorities’ to comprise a quarter of its US workforce. According to the business, the percentage of women in leadership roles has increased to 36.9%.
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