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Diversity and Inclusion in Energy

Iconic Energy Company Focuses on Hiring, Retaining Women in Technical Roles.

This company, with approximately 85,000 employees and operations in more than 30 countries, aims to hire 50% women among all new hires. To retain women, the organization stresses early- career development. There are a wide variety of programs, ranging from formal and informal mentoring to immersive global programs. The company partners heavily to attract external talent, heavily trains interviewers, and is exploring the use of technology to decrease the chances of bias in recruiting and hiring decisions.

Find out in this report actions to make DEI an important part of your talent strategy.

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