Making GitHub a place where everyone belongs
We are dedicated to building a community and team that reflects the world we live in and pushes the boundaries of software innovation.
The power of people
We believe in the transformative power of engaging different perspectives. That's why we hire talented people from around the world and encourage remote work to provide maximum flexibility. Our benefits, family leave, and development programs are all designed to support everyone here at GitHub.
We continuously hold ourselves accountable to build diverse teams by following the diversity, inclusion, and belonging (DI&B) initiatives from our Inclusion Advisory Council.Explore our Diversity Report
We require unconscious bias, privilege, and allyship training for all employees. This empowers everyone to develop awareness, exercise curiosity, and demonstrate courage.
We set and track ambitious goals for women, racial and ethnic minorities, hiring, retention, and other diversity metrics. All our hires also go through a DI&B interview.
We survey all Hubbers about the inclusive environment at GitHub. Additionally, our annual Diversity Report shares our progress diversity efforts, like representation in tech roles and in leadership.
Our Communities of Belonging
We acknowledge the rapidly changing composition of society and celebrate the vast array of experiences and passions of our Hubbers in every corner where we operate.
Neurocats is an emerging CoB dedicated to supporting and improving the lives of neurodiverse people through action and education.