In this blog, gender-neutral formulations are used as far as possible. Where this is not possible, the masculine form is used for easier readability. Therefore, unless an explicit distinction is made, it always refers to both women, diverse and men.
Example: A large number of female managers say in the survey that home office is good for work-life balance (This statement only applies to women).
Example: Male employees in particular are open to software such as Jira and Trello (This statement only applies to men).
Example: Especially in the digital age, employees demand agile methods (This statement applies to women, diverse and men).
It is the same for other countries or the diverse types of people in the world. If I don’t explicitly mention that it applies only to Germany or only to Europe, then I don’t differentiate. Likewise, the images on the website show women, men, and people of different nations and backgrounds. Each picture was selected according to relevance and that should not discriminate minorities in any way. However, it was tried to pay attention to a fair distribution.
Example: One picture shows people from China and Africa working in a home office. However, the picture applies to every nation, gender and origin.