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  • FDM is committed to driving gender diversity in the workplace and signed the United Nations CEO Statement of Support to cement our goal. We also host ‘Women in IT Advantage Sessions’ to directly benefit female graduates, undergraduates and other women seeking to break into the IT industry.

    Only 17% of IT professionals in the UK are women. We offer a support network to help and mentor our female employees so that they can progress in a male dominated industry in a bid to tackle this shortage.

    About our campaign
      • FDM is the headline sponsor of the everywoman in Technology Awards
      • 50% of the management team at FDM is female
      • 26% of all employees at FDM are female
      • FDM was named in the Top Ten IT Employers for Women

    Watch our Women in IT video to find out more


    Getting Back To Business Programme
    The FDM Getting Back to Business Programme is specifically designed to provide employment opportunities for high-calibre individuals who have taken an extended break in their career, facilitating their re-entry into the workplace.
    Female Champions

    FDM Female Champions act as role models to women both internally and externally and are available to mentor all employees. They also organise networking sessions and workshops that are open to all.

    100 Women to Watch (Cranfield School of Management's Female FTSE Report)

    FDM’s Chief Operating Officer, Sheila Flavell, is featured in Cranfield School of Management’s prestigious ‘100 Women to Watch’ list, which aims to encourage a sustained board, media and government focus on accelerating the representation of women in executive and non-executive roles.

    United Nations Women's Empowerment Principles
    We signed the CEO Statement of Support for the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles (UNWEP), sealing our commitment to promoting gender diversity in the workplace and wider business community.
    Think, Act, Report Initiative
    We joined the Think, Act, Report (T.A.R) initiative, which is a government campaign to drive greater transparency on gender employment issues.

    I have seen FDM’s commitment to gender diversity continue to grow through tangible and practical initiatives. Having attended FDM’s events, and followed its progress in the news, I have experienced first-hand how FDM is committed to promoting women’s leadership and gender diversity.

    K.B, Special Projects Editor, Computer Weekly