The company was founded by three partners: Simone Celli Marchi, Jader Francia and Oriana Gentili and when the necessary skills have been defined, they were found in people of the fairer sex neither for a political choice nor ideological motivations. State of affairs.
Later on, when D’vel was in need of a Project Manager that would manage the resources, follow the various development activities and optimize the individual loads of the technical department, a woman was chosen for this role: Luisa Losito, an engineer, former Gruppo Fabbri. She could talk the developer’s language made of java code, Liferay’s portlets and software customization.
Within the staff, the creative soul is Chiara Mambretti, Linda Dolcetto is the Sales Manager, Cristina Carini is in marketing and Serena Traversi is a technician.
Depending on the shared business goals, in D’vel there are those who work both full and part time, in accordance with the needs of life outside the office.
"We are entrepreneurs and people at the same time: this reminds us that there is life outside the office and this helps us to better understand our collaborators. We prefer to see them working peacefully and motivated" commented Oriana Gentili, one D'Vel’s owners.
"Reducing taxes on female labour, reduce social charges for companies that pay attention to the balance of gender and age, provide soft loans for start-ups by women, encourage return after maternity leave: they are all important issues that we hope soon to see in next Italian government agenda."
The labour force participation of women in Italy is among the lowest of OCSE countries and the lowest in Europe. In 2011, only 52 out of 100 Italian women, aged between 15 and 64 years old, were working or actively seeking a job. In Spain were 69, France 66, Germany 72, Sweden 77. Only Mexico and Turkey were less than in Italy.
It is true that younger women work more, for example, in the age group 35-44, the participation rate is increased by 5 points in a decade. But remains 15 points lower than the same German rate.
Italy is at the 74th place out of 147 in the ranking for the women who work in the Global Gender Gap.
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