Top Companies for Women Technologists is a U.S. program that recognizes companies building workplaces where women can thrive.
In our 8th year, we analyzed data on representation, programs, and policies from 80 companies representing more than 150,000 women technologists. We share company specific insights with participants so they can continue to build more inclusive workplaces.
We also publish an Insights Report, examining trends and benchmarks across the industry. At a time when women technologists are significantly underrepresented in building technologies, Top Companies data helps us clearly understand whether the industry is improving, who is committed to change and advancement, and what policies, procedures, and actions are most effective in driving progress. To help understand what factors may influence representation rates, we look at participants based on technical workforce size (less than 1,000, between 1,000 and 10,000, and greater than 10,000 technical employees) and award the top five scoring organizations in each size category the Top Companies for Women Technologists Top Five designation.
Some stats from the 2018 program:
- Representation grew at all levels, but increased most at the executive level.
- Women still leave their organizations at higher rates than their male colleagues.
- In 2018, we noticed policies and programs that drove the best recruiting, retention, and advancement numbers in participating organizations. These practices separated those in the top 25% in the recruiting, retention, and advancing metrics, from those who ranked in the bottom 25%.
2018 Top Companies Winners
We are proud to announce ThoughtWorks, Blackbaud, and Bank of America as the winners of the 2018 Top Companies for Women Technologists program. These three companies had the highest overall score, categorized by size of their technical workforce.
2018 Top Five Lists
The Top Five lists the organizations whose representation of women technologists is the highest in their technical workforce size category (less than 1,000, between 1,000-10,000, and greater than 10,000 technical employees). The winners of each size category will be announced on the main stage at Grace Hopper Celebration in Houston on September 26, 2018. Companies are listed alphabetically; this list is not a ranking.
|Technical Workforce of <1,000
|Technical Workforce of 1,000 – 10,000
|Technical Workforce of >10,000
These companies are hugely instrumental in driving change. By contributing to the industry benchmark and measuring their data against other participants, they demonstrate a commitment to understanding where they are today, and learning how they can improve. Companies are listed alphabetically; this list is not a ranking.
Allstate Insurance Company
Argonne National Laboratory
Bank of America
FactSet Research Systems
New York Life Insurance
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
|Palo Alto Networks
T. Rowe Price
Two Sigma Investments
Veritas Technologies LLC