Interval supports creating a more diverse workforce in tech by becoming a signatory to the Tech Talent Charter.
Interval has signed up to the Tech Talent Charter (TTC), a government-supported, voluntary, employer-led initiative designed to drive greater diversity and inclusion (D&I) within the UK’s technical workforce.
A lack of diversity in the UK’s tech sector has been a longstanding issue. The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) says on its website that women currently account for only 20% of IT specialists in the UK and BAME IT professionals are less likely to be in senior roles, despite being better qualified.
In becoming a signatory to the TTC charter, Interval has joined a group of over 800 UK organisations committed to overcoming the diversity gap in the UK’s tech workforce, by driving practical and measurable change within their own tech personnel teams.