To determine the list, Great Place to Work analyzed the experiences of women, people of color, LGBTQ people, employees who are Boomers or older, and people who have disabilities, comparing their survey results to their colleagues’ at the same organizations.
Here at Adobe, we believe that everyone deserves respect and equal treatment, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural background or religious beliefs. When people feel appreciated and included, they can be more creative, innovative and successful. These beliefs guide how we hire, manage and support the growth of our employees and the role we play in changing the world for the better. That’s what we mean when we say #AdobeForAll.
To get a feel for what we’ve done this year to make our workplace more diverse and inclusive, here are some highlighted stories from the year.
Get a closer look at how we’re building the talent pipeline and attracting diverse candidates:
- Adobe London hosts Girls in Technology Summit
- Welcoming the Next Generation of Tech Leaders from HBCUs
- Thelma Boamah and Re-architecting her Career with Adobe Digital Academy
- Maggie Pratt on Getting to Know Veterans as Whole People
- Celebrating Women in Computing at the Grace Hopper Conference in India
Learn how we’re enhancing the employee experience at Adobe and hear from some of our employee network groups:
- Black Employee Network
- Adobe & Women Employee Network
- Asian Employee Network
- Adobe Proud Network
- Hispanic/Latinx at Adobe
- Adobe Veterans Employee Network
- UK Black Employee Network
Experience the Adobe For All Summit. Hear our top takeaways and find out how we’re now driving diversity across our industry.
As 2018 comes to a close, we’re excited to continue making strides in 2019 and beyond!
To learn more about what we believe, visit our Diversity & Inclusion site.