“Trust, Growth, Inclusion: A Study of Women Engineers’ Job-Search Priorities” is a whitepaper recently published by Automattic with the results of a user research study launched by their engineering hiring team. 👩🚀
The goal of the study was for Automattic to better understand how its approach to tech hiring resonates with women and non-binary folks who are experienced developers but may experience gender discrimination in the workplace.
A post at the Automattic Developers blog summarizes the study’s key findings about the ways technical women navigate their careers, including some unanticipated and maybe surprising results. There’s also a lot of detail given about changes Automattic has made or is making, based on what they’ve learned.