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Event: Back to work.... after time out?

Eduserv, a not for profit IT services provider based in Bath, are hosting a FREE event in collaboration with Women In Technology to support women back to work following maternity leave or a period ..

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Mother IT Saga

When it comes to work and careers, women are the same as men… Almost. 1)      Are we Ambitious? We want to reach the top don’t we Theresa, Angela and Hilla..

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Exercise and the Pub: The Secret to Equality in the Workplace

Some new ideas are helping IT company MirrorSphere buck the trend when it comes to female representation in the technology industry. The Oxfordshire-based business boasts a female directo..

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Inspiring Women in Tech – Alex Depledge

At Baltic, we are passionate about getting Girls into IT. So much so, we invited some of our country’s truly inspiring leading ladies to answer a few of our questions and give an insight into..

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Technology in the Workplace

In today’s modern world, technology is constantly involved in our daily lives, from the moment our cellphone wake us up through a previously set up alarm, until we fall asleep on a meticulous..

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About Us

Women in Technology is a commercial organisation committed to assisting suitably qualified and experienced women in their search for career opportunities in information technology.  We are a stand-alone division of McGregor Boyall Associates, a leading UK recruitment consultancy with a twenty-five year track record of delivering recruitment and resourcing solutions to a wide range of national and international clients.

Women in Technology comprises a job board that is dedicated to advertising positions (either directly or via the Women in Technology recruitment team) within organisations that have an explicit commitment to increasing the number of female technologists working for them by placing diversity at the heart of recruitment and retention.

We believe unequivocally that a genuinely diverse talent base within an organisation constitutes a strong and sustainable corporate asset.  Women in Technology’s strategic goal is to support that belief with practical, effective and commercially self-sustaining action.