IT Management Slideshow: How to Recruit Female Tech TalentBy Dennis McCafferty | Posted 12-08-2011
GE Fosters Networking Opportunities
The GE Women's Network has at least 28 chapters in Asia, allowing members to exchange views and best practices on work-life topics and career development.
Novartis Cultivates Women Leaders
The Executive Female Leadership program specifically targets and grooms promising talent for senior-level positions.
Ernst and Young Addresses Issues that Hit Home
In India, Ernst and Young has boosted recruitment by delivering on transportation, health, loan and other needs.
Goldman Sachs Sends Talent to Global Places of Interest
Up to 60 graduates of the company's operations-analyst program head to Brazil, Russia, India, China and other key locations for up to six months.
Google India Launches Award for Accomplished Women
Dozens have earned $2,000 thanks to Google Women in Engineering Award.
HSBC Stays Flexible
Work-life balance was found to be a top priority for employees in India. Now the company offers staggered hours and telecommuting options.
Siemens Invites Growth through Competition
In the Middle East, Siemens has unveiled an internal talent competition that focuses on the IT collaborative skills of a diverse group of employees.
Cisco Plugs in âPower Campâ
This two-day event is an opportunity for women from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia and other nations to network and share challenges and concerns with their peers.
In Bangalore, the company's Women's Inclusivity Network has introduced child-care sabbaticals, parenting workshops and concierge services for a variety of needs, including completing tax-returns.
Bloomberg: Reaching out with Content
Bloomberg improves its global image by making sure its content includes columns, articles and polls that address gender interests.