“Today I joined my fellow members of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board in issuing a Call to Action that lays out specific recommendations to help get more Americans back to work.
There is much we don’t yet know about how the future work environment will look and feel as we move through and beyond this pandemic. There is one thing we know for certain: We will not be returning to business as usual.
IBM issued the following statement in response to today’s House markup of the College Affordability Act:
We are in the midst of a digital revolution that is having an unprecedented impact on our economy and society. Ensuring that our digitized society is inclusive and does not leave people behind is a priority for IBM.
Equality and fairness are American values. Creating an equal and open workplace, where every employee is free to bring their whole self to work without fear of discrimination, should be the goal of every business.
Washington, D.C. — IBM today released the following statement on the appointment of its Chairman, President and CEO, Ginni Rometty to the newly-formed American Workforce Policy Advisory Board: “IBM has long been a leader in preparing society for the changes that new technologies bring to the ways we live and work. As far back as […]
This week, IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty was named Chair of the Business Roundtable Education and Workforce Committee (EWC). Ginni will be working tirelessly with EWC members to promote the Business Roundtable’s new “Tomorrow Ready” platform on education and job-ready skills.
Today marks an important moment for Ireland’s education system, and for the community in Dublin’s north east inner city, as Leo Varadkar, the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister), announced pilots of the P-TECH model in three local schools.
IBM today reaffirmed its commitment to the transgender community and its strong support for legislation to protect the rights of transgender individuals.