We’ve always done things differently. Born from the idea that staffing could be less about financial gain and corporate in-roads, and more about genuine relationships and meaningful impact, the company was founded as an entrepreneurial start-up in 2001. Since then, we’ve grown exponentially, and in a number of ways.
Today, we are a purpose-driven company that’s dedicated to empowering people through the value of opportunity. We give it our all to put people to work.
Our Shared Values
These values are the fabric of our company. This is who we are, this is what we live by, and this is what shapes everything we do.
- Everyone Matters
- We Take Care of Each Other
- Leadership is Here to Serve
- High Character and Hard Work Above All Else
- Always Know Where You Stand
Our purpose is to develop our people personally, professionally, and financially; so they can be the light to the world around them.”
— Bert Bean, CEO
We believe that if we can develop our people to become the best versions of themselves, then they will turn around and take care of our customers, our consultants, and our candidates in ways that far exceed any expectations.
What Makes Us, Us
We live our values. It’s what makes us, us. So we’ve created communities within our company dedicated to advancing women in leadership, supercharging diversity across the board, and helping to make a difference by giving back in the world.
There is nothing more important to our company than the development of our people. IG University is our signature program designed to equip our people with everything they need to crush it. From our CEO to our budding Account Managers, all employees are enriched, coached, and cultivated at IGU. This is a multidisciplinary resource that includes one-on-one mentorship, classroom training, group discussions, C-suite shadowing, and a learn-by-doing approach.
Women's Leadership Council
The Women’s Leadership Council was formed to celebrate the fact that women are amazing leaders. As a company that’s more than 70% women, we want to empower our best leaders to bring their perspective and strength to improve the company, help solve tough problems, and guide others to meet their greatest potential.
Employee network resource groups
Our Employee Network Resource Groups (ENRG)s are voluntary employee-led groups whose aim is to foster a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment. These groups are led and participated in by employees according to shared identities and exist to create a safe space for our people to be their whole selves, as well as aid in personal and professional growth.
At Insight Global, everyone matters. As a company, we place tremendous value on diversity of thought, experience, and background. This group is dedicated to identifying opportunities for Insight Global to be more inclusive and thoughtful about how we hire, cultivate talent from all perspectives and stay true to our Shared Values.
The Family Foundation
We are a company that people can anchor to when unplanned events bring about a personal storm. The IG Family Foundation provides a financial lifeline for those who need help during the most trying periods of their lives. True to its name, and our 2nd Shared Value, “We Take Care of Each Other,” Family Foundation assistance is available to IG’s In-House Team and family of consultants. Since launching in January 2020, IGFF has granted more than $620,000 to help 100 people and their families, just when they needed it the most.
OneWorld Health’s mission is to create lasting healthcare impact in some of the most underserved communities on earth. This mission connects with us deeply. We also share their passion for hiring, training, and empowering people. Since partnering with them in early 2020, we’ve raised more than $600,000 and are proud to have raised the capital necessary to build a medical clinic in Kynejojo, Uganda (breaking ground in 2021). The fundraising efforts also served to help combat the global Covid-19 pandemic by providing telehealth in remote parts of Uganda, Nicaragua, and Honduras to more than 50,000 people. While the partnership is still in its very beginnings, we are committed to help change the landscape in third-world healthcare for the long-haul.
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