We adhere to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies and programs that promote the representation and participation of employees from different groups, including people of different ages, races and ethnicities, abilities and disabilities, genders, religions, cultures and sexual orientations.

Beware of and Managing Bias

Due to the fact that understanding bias and building awareness is a first step towards real change, we address this by helping employees understand how individuals are impacted by bias, and what actions continue to reinforce biases. We encourage every employee to remain curious and humble about cultural differences.



Promote Pay Equity

We are committed to promote pay equity for similar roles or responsibilities, and endeavor to identify patterns or trends that may exist where certain groups of employees are being underpaid within certain areas of the business.

Develop a Training Program

We intend to engage in training to help employees understand how cultural differences can impact how people work and interact at work. Diversity training is encouraged but offered as optional, as it tends to be more effective than that which is made mandatory.

Acknowledge Holidays of All Cultures

We work to build awareness of diversity and foster greater inclusivity by acknowledging and showing respect to a variety of religious and cultural holidays and understanding that employees have different needs that may require flexibility.

Mix up the Team

We encourage learning from different voices, experiences, values, and cultures. A diverse cross-section of talent allows enhanced perspective, which will spur creativity on teams. For teams considered to be homogeneous, we may invite someone who is a different gender, cultural background, or age, to weigh in on an initiative or project, which may positively impact creativity and approaches to problem-solving.

Facilitate Feedback

We encourage employees to share their feedback to get a better understanding of what’s going on under the surface. We use survey on a yearly basis to receive the information needed to make smarter decisions and reduce or eliminate any patterns of discrimination or biases within a particular area of the company.

Assess Company Policies

We shall regularly assess areas of the business in which discrimination may exist and determine whether company policies enable perpetuate discrimination in the workplace such as racism or sexism and reshape them to move towards a more equitable workplace.