Ericsson aims to have 30% female inclusion by 2020

Rafiah Ibrahim said that the company will foster a positive corporate environment
Ericsson aims to have 30% female inclusion by 2020


Ericsson aims to embrace gender diversity by reflecting 30% female inclusion across its entire workforce by 2020.

The main aim was to demonstrate that within ICT there is no single leading role or function where the best-performing employees are evaluated based on gender, it is always the best person for the job that prospers, according to the company.

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Rafiah Ibrahim, president, Ericsson region Middle East and East Africa, said: “Ericsson believes in diversity across all aspects of our organization. By promoting gender inclusion in ICT we are, not only, improving our business trajectory, but also fostering a positive corporate environment to all our employees. We want to show young women that ICT is a skill-based industry suited to the most skilled employees, in which women can have very prosperous careers.”

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