Belonging at Workiva
We are better together.
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging are core values at Workiva. We strive to create a workplace where everyone is comfortable bringing their best, authentic self to work every day.
A place where we all belong
"Belonging is dancing like no one's watching!" - Binny Nanavati, Head of Belonging
Inclusion is a core value at Workiva.
We strive to create a workplace where everyone is comfortable bringing their best, authentic self to work every day. We foster a work environment that encourages fairness, teamwork, and respect among all employees. We value all backgrounds, beliefs, and interests, and we recognize this diversity as an important part of our innovation and success.
Our culture of diversity and inclusion increases employee engagement, empowerment, and satisfaction.
Business Employee Resource Groups at Workiva
Business Employee Resource Groups (BERGs) are groups of employees who create a positive work environment at Workiva by actively contributing to our commitment to making our workplace more inclusive and driving a sense of belonging. Our BERGS will help foster a diverse workplace by creating a community for employees with shared life experiences or characteristics, amplify marginalized voices to be a great place to work for all, and provide perspective and insight into external/internal business activities – helping to support business initiatives and drive Workiva’s growth.
Hispanic & Latino
Fostering a diverse workforce
Our data comes from several places, and the availability of data varies based on geographical location. Employees in the U.S. self-identify their race/ethnicity at the time of hire. Our global binary gender demographics are collected based on self-identification at the time of hire. Employees are invited to add or update their pronouns in Workday at any point to reflect their gender identity.
Workiva recognizes that individuals may identify their gender as male, female, a blend of both or neither. One's gender identity can be the same or different from their sex assigned at birth. The data reported here is in a male or female (binary) format based on what is available to Workiva. The data represents total company, full-time employees who voluntarily provided their information at the time of hire.
The race and ethnicity categories shown are consistent with the U.S. Department of Labor EEO-1 report. This data is only available for full-time U.S. employees who choose to self-identify at the time of hire. Due to GDPR and other labor laws in other countries, Workiva is not able yet to collect this information for employees located outside of the U.S.
LGBTQ+ based off 2022 GPTW survey results (question can only be asked in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US)
Belonging at Workiva
Binny Nanavati serves as the Head of Belonging at Workiva Inc., the world’s leading provider of regulatory, financial, and ESG reporting technology. In her role, she leads the creation and execution of DEIB strategies to build a diverse workforce, inclusive culture, and equitable practices that foster belonging.
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