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Netflix publishes its first-ever inclusion report citing areas in need of improvement
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Netflix on Wednesday posted its first-ever inclusion report, which zeroes in on the company's statistics and goals for strengthening diversity in its workforce.
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Verna Myers, the streaming giant's vice president of inclusion strategy, released the report on Wednesday along with a video featuring herself and other top-tier company execs, including co-CEO Ted Sarandos, weighing in on what has been done well and what the company can be better at internally.
The report begins with the most up-to-date diversity statistics the company has received. Myers explains the company's diversity stats are shown on the company's job website each quarter.
Based on the data, the inclusion report notes that "women make up half of our workforce" at 47.1%. Female employees at the leadership level (directors and above) make up 47.8% of the workforce, with vice presidents following at 43.7% and senior leadership at 47.6%.
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