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What you need to know
The diversity of our employees is one of our major strengths as a business. It is this collective mixture of individuals, cultures and organizational experiences that drives our innovation, makes us stand out from the competition and delivers high performance for our customers.

At Ericsson, we work proactively to improve diversity and inclusion. As a part of this, we implement various programs and initiatives to further advance our organizational diversity and inclusion agenda.

We engage in several external initiatives, like TechWomen which empowers, connects and supports the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) from Africa, Central and South Asia, and the Middle East by providing them the access and opportunity needed to advance their careers, pursue their dreams, and inspire women and girls in their communities.

In 2017, we were a corporate sponsor for Watermark’s Conference for Women in Silicon Valley. We also have partnered with UPWARDS, supporting senior-level women leaders. For the first time, we additionally sponsored the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco, California.”which empowers and connects next-generation women leaders from Africa and the Middle East in science, technology engineering and mathematics.

In 2015, we co-sponsored the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, the world's largest talent fair of women computer scientists. With hundreds of participating companies, it is crucial to recruiting young and high-achieving women in technology and computing. In 2016, we sponsored the European edition of this conference in Belgium.

Ericsson’s aim for 2020 on gender diversity is that 30 percent of all employees should be female and that this should also be reflected in our leaders and executives.
Gender Diversity
Over the past few years, Ericsson has made steady progress in increasing the number of women at senior-level positions. 31 percent of the Executive Leadership Team members were women in 2015, a substantial increase over the past five years. The number of women in the top 250 most senior positions has also continued to rise.
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