- According to the head of diversity at VMware, the new hybrid work model will help women in technology advance their careers.
- She said choosing to work from home or from the office will help women balance childcare and work.
- VMware is also in the middle of a CEO search as it navigates a spinout from parent company Dell.
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Cloud software giant VMware is betting that its push for a hybrid work model will better support women in advancing their technology careers – especially since the pandemic has created unique challenges and disproportionately affected working women.
“Women in particular have had the double burden of managing children who are home schooled and are still trying to manage their careers,” said Shanis Windland, vice president of diversity at VMware.