As part of an action research study conducted by TECHNOCompétences in collaboration with Université Laval’s Chaire Claire Bonenfant – Femmes, Savoirs et Sociétés, certain individual strategies were identified to encourage change with regard to the presence of women in IT.

Les Affaires lists the advice collected by the study, such as “women will greatly benefit from promoting their talent within organizations and building their contact networks by working on projects that offer the highest visibility”, and men may also support equity by acting as their allies, recognizing their female colleagues who show potential and becoming their mentors.

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