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GitLab can proclaim diversity all it likes, but it seems to have a real problem keeping women on staff or in management

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Another point of comparison that could have been useful, in respect of the idea pushed by the title ("keeping women on staff or in management"): In equivalent roles, do men stay at Gitlab for longer periods of employment or not and (again for the same roles) is the rate of voluntary/involuntary departure the same? The company seems to be big enough that the relevant statistics could be calculated to show if there's a systemic bias all across the company.

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