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Match.com

Match Group's CEO Audited the Company's Payroll to Make Sure She Was Paying Women Equally and Was Surprised at the Results

Below is an article originally written by Julie Bort at Business Insider, and published on December 15, 2018. Go to Match.com's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

  • When Mandy Ginsberg took over as CEO of Match Group she vowed to make sure the company was welcoming to women.
  • She knew she had to audit the company's payrolls to make sure that women were paid equally to men.
  • She hired an outside auditor and was so shocked when they told her that Match was paying women 100% equally that she made the auditor double check the results.
  • She now credits one of her long-held leadership practices on how to deal with employee pay.

When Mandy Ginsberg took over as CEO of online dating juggernaut Match Group in mid-2017, she was determined to alter the perception of the industry as a "bro culture" world.

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SeatGeek

SeatGeek Employee Spotlight: Jamie Hooker, Director of Talent

Below is an article originally written by Nate Rattner at PowerToFly Partner SeatGeek. Go to SeatGeek's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

Welcome to SeatGeek Employee Spotlights - an opportunity to meet the fantastic folks on our world-class team.

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Thales Usa Inc.

Thales At The 2018 Women's Forum

Thales was an active participant at the Women's Forum Global Meeting in Paris. The Group's participation took place within the framework of its proactive Diversity policy which will help foster innovation and creativity through a greater variety of approaches, perspectives and ideas.

Are you interested in learning more about Thales and their commitment to diversity and inclusion?

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BuzzFeed New York City Women In Tech
Buzzfeed

Here’s What A Women In Tech Happy Hour Is Like At BuzzFeed

Below is an article originally written by Angie Ramirez at PowerToFly Partner BuzzFeed, and published on April 26, 2017. Go to BuzzFeed's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

On Thursday March 30th, the Women in Tech group at BuzzFeed hosted a happy hour for women software engineers, product managers, project managers, designers, product support and IT team members, together responsible for maintaining the smooth operation of our internal technology tools, BuzzFeed's website and apps, and social media sites. The event featured bounteous wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and a melange of vegetable, cheese, and hummus plates, but more importantly, the opportunity for the women of BuzzFeed Tech to have a safe, comfortable space to get to know each other, talk about their current work, and develop relationships that are often crucial to the long-term success of women in technology, an underrepresented group in the industry (30% of BuzzFeed Tech identify as women or gender neutral).

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