Building a skilled workforce for the fourth industrial revolution is crucial for organizations. A key part of doing so is encouraging women to work in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. How can organizations ensure that female talent is being created in STEM industries?
Investing in early STEM education
Using automation to increase human value
Increasing women’s economic participation
Supporting female entrepreneurs
Giving more females the ability to learn STEM and feel supported will help create the next generation of female leaders. Creating more opportunities and more flexible ways of working, as well as address any gender discrimination, can be done by ensuring organizations adhere to the proper policies and procedures.
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