Insights

Communication and Technology news

Kleiner Perkins releases its first diversity report, outlining steps it will take to boost its record

19/06/2015

In the wake of its victory in the gender discrimination lawsuit filed by Ellen Pao, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers issued (...)
In the wake of its victory in the gender discrimination lawsuit filed by Ellen Pao, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers issued its first-ever diversity report. The venture capital firm reported that nearly half of its employees are women, but they account for only one-fifth of the investing partners. Overall, Kleiner Perkins said 46 percent of its employees are women, as are 33 percent of its general partners. The statistics on investing partners do not come as a surprise — they were revealed in testimony at Pao’s trial. A blog post by Beth Seidenberg, who testified for KCPB at trial, noted that her company’s statistics were not… This story continues at The Next Web In the wake of its victory in the gender discrimination lawsuit filed by Ellen Pao, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers issued its first-ever diversity report. The venture capital firm reported that nearly half of its employees are women, but they account for only one-fifth of the investing partners. Overall, Kleiner Perkins said 46 percent of its employees are women, as are 33 percent of its general partners. The statistics on investing partners do not come as a surprise — they were revealed in testimony at Pao’s trial. A blog post by Beth Seidenberg, who testified for KCPB at trial, noted that her company’s statistics were not… This story continues at The Next Web
perkinskleinerissuedbyerscaufield kleinerellenfiledlawsuitdiscrimination

Other articles of interest

Do you need software for social media management automation?

We recommend SocialPilot

Cookies Usage

This website uses cookies to improve the user experience and feed the platform's statistical systems. By continuing, you will be accepting their use.