Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in IT report examines perceptions about the scope and impact of DEI programs. We dive into the challenges and expose the bitter realities that continue to permeate the IT workplace.
Current State of DEI
Our research reveals a great number of genuine breakthroughs within DEI programs. Organizations are talking about DEI, and it appears to be having a positive effect. But are these positive perceptions just an illusion?
We examine the barriers that hinder sustained progress toward more inclusive and equitable IT workplaces.
of enterprise decision-makers report their DEI policies are advanced or mature
of IT leaders report DEI programs have a positive impact on business performance
Barriers in IT
While 96% of IT workers, say leadership makes it clear that diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are a critical aspect of company strategy, these programs are not creating inclusive workplaces for women in IT.
Much Work Remains to be Done
More effort is needed to positively impact careers and provide fair compensation for female IT workers.
say DEI programs have positively affected their career
2 out of 5
don’t believe they receive fair compensation for their work
It is not enough for organizations to declare they value DEI. They must make systemic changes that demonstrate their commitment to DEI and hold themselves accountable at all levels of the organization.