Dell Technologies Chairman and CEO Michael Dell Tuesday unveiled a plan to close the gender gap within the technology behemoth's workforce over the next 10 years.
Currently 30 percent of the Round Rock, Texas, company's 157,000 employees are women, but the company aims to shift so that women make up 50 percent of its workforce by 2030, part of a broader set of 10-year goals the company has outlined for itself, Michael Dell said during a keynote address at the Dell Technologies Summit.
"We’ll tap the brightest minds we can find to help us get there. That’s exactly why we’ve committed that women will comprise 50 percent of our global workforce by 2030," Dell said
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