Reduce Gender Bias in the Workplace

How Digital Credentials Can Surface Competency & Level the Playing Field

Men and women are still not equal when it comes to opportunities in the workplace. There is a systemic gender bias that happens during the hiring and promotion process in corporate America that allows male leaders to rise to the C-Suite (95% of C-Level executives at Fortune 500 companies are male), while women are often left to middle-management, or worse, out of the workforce completely. 

In this white paper, learn how digital credentials can be used to: 

  • Surface competency in the workforce and allow women a pathway to promotion based on skill. 

  • Aid in allowing the most capable employees get promoted, regardless of gender. 

  • Redefine the path to senior leadership for women through the use of digital credentials and updated corporate policies. 

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