International Day of Women and Girls in Science
During the last 20 years, women have been more likely to receive an undergraduate degree than their male counterparts. Even though women have made tremendous progress towards increasing their participation in higher education, a significant gender gap has persisted throughout the years at all levels of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines all over the world and they are still under-represented in these fields. This variance caught the attention of the United Nations and, in 2015, they proclaimed February 11 of each year to be observed as International Day of Women and Girls in Science .
Since its inception, The Gurus has been guided to enhance the role of women in the workplace. We emphasize the role of women in three aspects: trainees, employees, and management.
Aiming to expand the organization and workforce, we understand the vital role of women in our company and do our best to support and promote them. Now, In The Gurus company, women make
up more than 70% of the total employees.