These tech platforms are helping employers tackle inequality

A new crop of tech startups has launched to help organizations tackle a wide range of bias and inequality at work. Photo by: Rawpixel

The #MeToo movement sparked a global call to end sexual harassment, assault, and gender discrimination in the workplace. As part of our investigation into sexual violence in global development, where 86 percent of employees know a colleague who has experienced work-related sexual harassment or assault, Devex launched #AidToo, a digital conversation about the breadth of — and solutions to — sexual harassment and assault in our sector.

Organizations across industries are taking this moment to re-examine their processes, platforms, and methods for preventing and reporting discrimination of all kinds, opening up new opportunities for entrepreneurs eager to help companies tackle these challenges.

Should your team be reading this?
Contact us about a group subscription to Pro.

About the author

  • 2018 leafhopper lottie squared

    Lottie Watters

    Lottie Watters is a Reporting and Communications Associate based in Barcelona. She focuses on bringing the latest career and hiring trends, tips, and insights to Devex’s global development audience. Lottie is a recent graduate with a background in geography and journalism, taking a particular interest in grassroots international development projects. She has worked with organizations delivering clean water and sanitation projects globally.