Facebook’s fifth annual diversity report shows slow improvement

Facebook’s annual diversity report is out, and if you’ve been following these for the past few years, you already know what to expect: small improvements that, while welcome, are still an indication that bigger change in employee diversity at the company may demand a different approach to what Facebook has been doing so far. It’s not that Facebook isn’t getting better at hiring more women and minorities — once again, the company has improved in overall diversity by both gender and race across the board. Female representation in senior leadership went up 2 percent from last year to 30 percent, and up 1.3 percent to 36.3 percent across the entire company. Change is coming slowly, if it comes at all Black employees have grown from 2... Continue reading…

Facebook employs five times more women than five years ago

Facebook is slowly but surely diversifying its staff, with more women and people of color filling the ranks, according to the company's annual diversity report. But the company ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Engadget

Facebook’s diversity efforts show little progress after five years

Facebook has released its fifth diversity report, and it’s fine. Unless companies fire everyone and start over, we’re not going to see drastic improvements anytime soon. “A ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from TechCrunch

Facebook's diversity efforts failing African-American and Hispanic women

Facebook's latest diversity report shows strides in boosting the ranks of groups who’ve been underrepresented at Facebook from the beginning, but a closer look at the raw numbers ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from USA today

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