Twitter says it surpassed some of its key diversity benchmarks last year, including women in leadership positions. The social network said today that 30% of its high-level employees in 2016 were women, a bit higher than the goal of 25% it set for itself at the end of the previous year.
Gains on non-white employees were less salient, but the company at least met its benchmarks. The full report can be found here. CZ
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