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Chorus.ai, a ZoomInfo company and Conversation Intelligence platform leader, was recognized today on #GirlsClub’s 2021 Top 25 Companies Where Women Want to Work list. Chorus ranked in the top 10% of more than 150 companies nominated based on criteria such as equality in the workplace, flexible work schedules, paid maternity leave benefits, an executive team that’s intentional about increasing female leadership, and more.
“We’re pleased to recognize companies making efforts to recruit, support and promote diversity in their workplace,” said Lauren Bailey, founder of #GirlsClub. “Today’s employees are savvy researchers, and we hope this list will help women target companies where they will be happy to grow their careers.”
All companies participated in an initial nomination round where employees shared feedback on how their company supports its female workforce. The survey asked participants to rank their opinions on topics from ongoing training and development and pay equity to hiring more women and advancing them into leadership roles and DE&I efforts. The main criteria #GirlsClub evaluated to compare and select the finalists included:
- Overall total number of votes.
- Partnerships with programs like #GirlsClub designed to support their female workforce.
- Number of DE&I awards, or other similar types of awards or recognition received.
- Number of women on their leadership team and overall workforce diversity.
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“Only a quarter of salespeople in the tech industry are women. Of that percentage, only half are sales leaders. We’re on a mission to change that,” said Alyssa Lahar, Chief Human Resources Officer at ZoomInfo. “It’s been a critical imperative for ZoomInfo to take intentional steps to enhance our company’s female employees’ career development and build a culture that offers equal opportunities to all. We’re grateful for #GirlsClub’s recognition and will continue to support initiatives that empower women to pursue their interests and careers.”