Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Indeed

Indeed strives to cultivate an inclusive and accessible workplace where all people feel comfortable being themselves in a safe and supportive environment. We know that when our employees feel empowered to positively contribute to our success, we see more creative problem-solving, easier employee recruitment, and improved employee retention.

We believe diversity of background, ability, experience, and thought makes for a better workplace, better decision-making, and more innovation. We focus on cultivating a sense of belonging and an environment where everyone can thrive. Many people experience bias and barriers to entry during the hiring process. We want to use our technology to help reduce that bias and lower those barriers. We believe the more our team represents the world around us, the better we are at helping all people get jobs.

More about the program

  • We support, you lead — Indeed has multiple Inclusion Resource Groups (IRGs) led by employees and supported by senior leaders, along with the tools and investment needed to bring their initiatives and programs to life.
  • We partner — We collaborate with partners around the world each year to recruit and support underrepresented communities.
  • We lend our voice — Indeed research is used to support broader discussions on challenges and find new ways of thinking, including job search, employee engagement and workforce data.
  • We're always learning — We offer courses on topics such as Unconscious Bias, Cultural Intelligence, and Ally Skills to help employees understand underlying barriers and differences that job seekers may face.

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