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Equal Opportunities in IT

Women are largely underrepresented in our IT industry. Unfortunately, female software developers and female consultants are often a rarity. Why is that? Experts blame outdated stereotypes and role models. IT has long been dominated by men.

In our company, too, the proportion of women is still lower than we would like. For this reason, we are particularly committed to strengthening the female gender. We want to do our part and are actively working to ensure that the ratio continues to equalize. In general, diversity is very important to us. We attach great importance to treating all people equally, regardless of their gender, skin color, origin, (ethnic) background, language, home country, beliefs and opinions or disability.

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Promoting Young Talent

Through the Training Ambassadors initiative in cooperation with the IHK Nord Westfalen, we have set ourselves the goal of inspiring pupils for IT professions and advocating equal rights in IT. Even talented students lose interest in computer science or technical subjects in general if they are not specifically encouraged. The confrontation with clichés that pigeonhole them as “unfeminine” also deters those interested. We want to counteract this and motivate and encourage pupils to complete an apprenticeship in IT.

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Women and men are equally responsible for children, housework and care. Nonetheless, in many cases women spend considerably more time on this than men on a daily basis. The often poor work-life balance is one of the reasons why the proportion of women in IT is so low. In order to strengthen equality in IT, we offer a range of goodies that make it easier to combine family and career. Both mothers and fathers have already benefited from these:

  • Flexible working hours
  • Flexible Work locations
  • Individual agreements (e.g., childcare allowances)
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Equal Pay

One of the most important steps towards equal rights in IT is equal pay. According to a study, women in the EU still earn on average 16 percent less than men for an hour’s work. Although this is slightly less than a few years ago, we still find this difference unacceptable.

We are declaring war on the gender pay gap. With us, work performance is rewarded – regardless of gender.

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