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Nummer: 36 Procent Av Githubs Anställda Är Kvinnor, 64 Procent Är Män.


Isn't it awesome?" she wrote in a Facebook post. "However, I've crunched some numbers and I have some bad news for you. I doubt that your hotel tax can keep the libraries open more than a minute or two later." The outrage prompted Airbnb to apologize and take down the ads. In an internal email to company employees, Airbnb's marketing chief, Jonathan Mildenhall, wrote, "We failed you, our community, our brand and our hometown." GitHub In 2014, GitHub employee Julie Ann Horvath went public with her account of how co-workers and even co-founder and then-CEO Tom Preston-Werner and his wife, who wasn't a GitHub employee, had harassed and discriminated against her. The code repository platform launched an internal investigation and found no legal problems. Though Preston-Werner admitted no wrongdoing, he resigned and GitHub later hired Nicole Sanchez as vice president of social impact to help get past the reputation of being a hostile work environment, for women in particular. "It's been a really painful but important starting place for us to make some real changes, because the alternative is not something anyone ever wants to experience again," Sanchez said in October after Github announced its first-ever report on the state of diversity in the company. The numbers: 36 percent of Github's employees are women, 64 percent are men. Magic Leap Mixed-reality startup Magic Leap is pretty mysterious.

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