According to the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) survey, the high-tech industry in recent years, the proportion of female employees is continuing to decline, the current female practitioners, compared to just 25%. To promote employee diversity, the online payment company PayPal today announced the launch of Recharge co-op program, designed to help those mothers because the children of other reasons to leave their jobs back to work. However, these women need to have a professional computer learning background.
Currently Recharge project has recruited its first members, who meet the requirements are nine American mother, has a technical background or are self-programming, after all because of family reasons to leave work. This 20-week program will provide the member and LinkedIn CV workshops to help train them how to introduce yourself and a brief description of work experience.
In addition, Paypal India also launched a six-week Recharge project, has recruited 100 members.
Papal hope to promote employee diversity through the Recharge project for experienced staff to provide more opportunities.