Net at Work Launches New Women at Work Initiative
New York, NY — November 8, 2018 — Net at Work, a full-service technology and business consultancy, today announced the launch of its new women’s initiative — Women at Work.
Women at Work will serve as a forum to bring together a community of Net at Work men and women to promote Net at Work’s growth through the attraction, retention and advancement of its current and future women leaders.
This program strives to enhance the company’s culture of possibilities for development and advancement of women leaders, celebrate their contributions and to attract similar talented women to Net at Work and its sister companies.
“Empowering women in our workforce and addressing their needs is essential to our continued success,” explained Edward Solomon, co-President and co-owner of Net at Work. “We have a strong culture of diversity and empowerment at Net at Work and this new initiative propels us to the next level.”
Women at Work will offer participants a mentorship program, a training series, and networking events. It will also host an Annual Women’s Lunch to celebrate women across the Net at Work client and partner ecosystem. The objective of the program is to offer a unique opportunity for employees to develop leadership skills, share experiences and support each other’s pursuit of excellence.
“I am thrilled to be leading a strategic initiative that aims to help our employees realize their potential and accelerate their growth,” said Gayle Heskiel, Vice President of Professional Services. “We have so many incredibly talented women here at Net at Work and this program provides an effective way for us to support and recognize them.”
The Women at Work Initiative is one of the many ways Net at Work maintains a diverse and inclusive company culture that provides all employees with an equal opportunity to expedite their growth. It also attracts candidates who are interested in joining a company committed to advocacy, mentorship and endless possibilities. For more information about the Women at Work Initiative, please visit www.netatwork.com/WomenAtWork.