White Paper: How to Get More Women into Engineering
The consistently low numbers of women in engineering beg the question:
How can we attract and retain the female engineers needed for the advancement and innovation of the industry?
VHR are delighted to present our research white paper on How to Get More Women into Engineering.
The white paper features the experiences of Gemma Hatton, Deputy Editor of Racecar Engineering magazine and former Formula 1 Trackside Tyre Engineer at Pirelli and Manor Racing, and the expertise of VHR’s Engineering Specialist Howard Wiley.
Download the free white paper here.
In 2017, 22% of UK engineering businesses listed skills shortages as their most important business challenge in the coming years.
With the current lack of women in engineering roles, combined with a recent McKinsey report revealing that gender-diverse companies are 15% more likely to outperform their competitors, engineering leaders can solve skills shortages and achieve business growth by attracting and retaining female engineers.
Specifically designed to help engineering leaders attract more talent into the industry, the white paper on How to Get More Women into Engineering covers research and analysis of the following topics:
- How Engineering Companies Can Get More Women into Engineering
- Shortage of Women in Engineering – Is it Really that Bad?
- Why Should We Care about Getting Women into Engineering?
- What’s it Like Being a Female Engineer?
- Shortage of Women in Engineering Roles: The Reason
- The Solution to the Engineering Skills Shortage
Download the How to Get More Women into Engineering white paper here.
Find out more about the Shortage of Women in Engineering and the UK Engineering Skills Shortage.
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