A diverse and inclusive bunch

Diversity is one of the key strengths in Siteimprove, as our employees come from all over the world with all sorts of different backgrounds. One thing that we all have in common is that we’re passionate about what we do and all bring valuable knowledge and experience to our company.

At Siteimprove, we hail from more than 45 different countries, which contributes to an exciting and dynamic work environment. Here, you have the opportunity to learn about new cultures from your international colleagues every day.

We're also lucky to have experienced accessibility experts, some who are visually impaired, in our company who contribute greatly with their unrivaled knowledge and skills, proving that Siteimprove is a workplace for people of all abilities, and guide dogs!

What's so great about having international colleagues?

Hear some of our Siteimprovers from around the world tell what their favorite thing about having international colleagues is. The video was made for Global Diversity Awareness Month 2020.

Promoting diversity in tech

We’re aware of the fact that we operate in a male-dominated industry. We want to do our part to create a more diverse IT industry for the benefit of our company, our industry, and society.

Even though our overall gender split is 60:40 male:female, which is well above average of our industry, we have higher ambitions. Therefore, we’ve chosen to sponsor Women in Tech, a community that aims at increasing diversity in the tech industry. Together we hope to inspire more women to pursue a career within IT and tech.

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HackYourFuture is a non-profit organisation that aims to train refugees, asylum seekers and other disadvantaged groups to become web developers and empower them by opening the doors to a very in-demand job market. As a Silver Partner of HackYourFuture, Siteimprove supports HackYourFuture's goal of getting refugees, asylum seekers, and disadvantaged groups into the tech industry. 


Why should you pursue a career in tech?

Hear some of our female Siteimprovers tell why more women should pursue a career in tech and IT. The video was made for International Women's Day 2019.

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

Siteimprove is committed to working toward increasing diversity in all levels of the company. Our goals are stated in our Diversity Policy, a company policy that applies to all employees, functions, and units of Siteimprove. While Siteimprove historically has been a diverse workplace in terms of having an international workforce and an inclusive work environment, the Siteimprove Diversity Policy is a measure to formalize and clarify the scope, purpose, and execution of Siteimprove’s diversity activities. It is of great importance to continue our focus on diversity and inclusion globally as well as locally. The policy sets out the elements of Siteimprove’s approach to diversity, including our overall aim and the company’s focus areas.

To achieve our goals, we are focusing on how we can increase diversity within the organization through targeted efforts within talent attraction, recruitment, employee retention, employee development, and our top management, and by working with unconscious biases. We are certain that achieving a higher level of diversity will contribute to better business results and greater employee satisfaction.

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Equal opportunities

We want every employee to feel comfortable and at ease with contributing their unique backgrounds and talents within the workplace.

Siteimprove supports and is committed to the principles of diversity and equal employment opportunity. It is our policy to recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals, as well as administer any and all personnel actions, without regard to: race; color; religion; creed; age; sex; sexual orientation; gender (including gender non-conformity and status as a transgender or transsexual individual); national origin or ancestry; citizenship; ethnicity; pregnancy; marital status; familial status; status as a disabled or veteran; union affiliation; status as a qualified individual with a disability; past, current, or prospective service in the uniformed services; genetic information; membership or activity in a local human rights commission; status with regard to public assistance; or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.

We are committed to ensuring that our workforce reflects our diverse population. We know that such diversity will enrich us with the talent, energy, perspective, and inspiration we need to achieve our mission.