When it comes to gender equality, Apple has a long way to go. According to the company's annual diversity report only about a third of its employees are women.
The Cupertino-based iPhone maker's annual "Inclusion & Diversity Report" said, as of July 2017, only 32 per cent of its workforce were women, which is the same level as it was in 2016.
The report is the first since Apple hired Denise Young Smith, former head of HR, as new Vice President to oversee the diversity as workplace, a report in CNET on Friday said.
Apple's top leadership too, showed little improvement in terms of hiring women.
"In the past year, the number of women in leadership roles rose one percentage point to 29 per cent. That was after staying flat at 28 per cent from 2014 to 2016," the report added.
When it comes to female representation in the company, Apple, however, said "it is steadily increasing".
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