RizePoint Was Recognized in the Shatter List for Its Commitment to Providing Growth Opportunities for Qualified Women at All Levels of the Organization
RizePoint, the leader in quality experience management software, announced that it has been recognized in the Women Tech Council’s 2018 Shatter List for its measures to help break technology’s glass ceiling. RizePoint was among 44 companies recognized based on the successful implementation of measures that create inclusive cultures where women can contribute and succeed.
“We are proud that RizePoint has been recognized on the first Shatter List. One of our fundamental company values is Empower. We are passionately committed to empowering our team – which led us to sign the Equal Pay Pledge, become a founding member of the ParityPledge, mentor at WTC’s SheTech, and create the first-of-its-kind STEM scholarship program in Utah. Our commitment to gender and pay parity endures, and we thank Women Tech Council for this honor,” said Michelle Suzuki, RizePoint Chief Marketing Officer.
In making the list, RizePoint was evaluated and scored against hundreds of technology companies on executive engagement, company programming, community investment and women’s or diversity and inclusion groups. All data was gathered from 10 secondary data sets and required active demonstration of visible activities at all levels of the company showing commitment and progress in these four areas.
“Being included in the Shatter List requires a holistic and active commitment to creating inclusive cultures from the executive level all the way down to entry positions. The best practices these companies are developing and implementing to actively champion women boost the teams and individuals in their organization while simultaneously helping shatter the glass ceiling for the entire technology industry,” said Cydni Tetro, president of the Women Tech Council.
Among these criteria, RizePoint was recognized for its commitment to providing growth opportunities for qualified women at all levels of the organization.
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