According to the report, Twitter now has 40.2% women, 4.5% blacks and 3.9% Latinos. These figures are better than last year.
At the leadership level, Twitter has also improved on female, black and Latino employees.
At the same time, women accounted for 39.6% of the turnover of Twitter in 2018, while black employees accounted for 3.9% and Latino employees accounted for 4.2%.
Twitter also implemented new goals for each member of the leadership team. These goals are attraction, retention and inclusion.
Twitter employee statistics
“What is missing from this chart is sexual orientation and gender, because our self-identification survey is less engaged,” Twitter wrote in his blog post. “We believe that by updating our self-identification and new anonymous surveys, we can better understand and share a more accurate representation of the company's future development. This will also enable us to report on the company's disabled employees and veterans.”
In the future, Twitter plans to publish a report every quarter rather than annually, and share data on pay equity and promotion. In today's tweet, Berland said the company is currently analyzing and will share the results when it is ready.