Women Of Thales Share Advice For Career Women
It's International Women's Day Everyday at Thales
For Thales, International Women's Day is more than just a celebration of women and their accomplishments. From networking events to partnering with the "Girls on the Move" association, Thales' employees are paying homage to their female leaders and giving back to the female leaders of tomorrow. Better yet, their CEO is forging the way to an even more diverse and inclusive workforce:
"Diversity is a topic that I feel strongly about. When an organization wants to attract and retain the best available talents, I am convinced that having a diverse workforce and working environment is the only way to go. In a globalized environment, Thales's women and men represent our wealth more than ever. Our 64 000 employees in 56 different countries, who are passionate about what they do, their jobs, the technology, push themselves every day to reach the kind of level of performance that Thales expects. Their collective intelligence and creativity are our most precious resources."
- Patrice Caine, Chairman and CEO
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