Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
We believe different perspectives and backgrounds make us better. And we know that employees do their best work when they are able to be themselves and have authentic interactions with colleagues.
We’ve been on a journey to ensure our company better reflects the overall workforce, building and maintaining
a culture where people can bring their full, authentic selves to work, and sharing what we are learning on our journey with our client and consultant families so they can make similar advances.
We are dedicated to achieving real diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in our company because we recognize the incredible value that DEIB brings to the personal, professional, and financial development of people.
Regardless of who you are or where you come from, we believe you should feel safe, welcome, and connected at work, and that if we can create environments like that, people can achieve more together. We still have work to do, but we’re proud to share what we’re doing to advance DEIB at Insight Global.
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Women’s Leadership Council
We know the women of Insight Global put an incredible amount of pressure on themselves to do everything and be everyone. The challenges that women face—ranging from discrimination, pay gap, exclusion, lack of childcare support, to pregnancy discrimination—are unique.
In 2018, CEO Bert Bean recognized that we could be doing more to support and empower our women. The Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) was born out of that belief, and the founding members of the WLC set out on a mission to advance, empower, and retain our women.
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Insight Global’s charity partners
We are humbled to be ranked Best Workplaces for Women by FORTUNE in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022, and Best Workplace for Parents by Great Place to Work in 2021.
We care about our people’s well-being. After all, one of our Shared Values is “We Take Care of Each Other.” But, as it did for so many others, the COVID-19 pandemic solidified the importance of our people’s overall health.
We knew we could only fulfill our mission to be the light to the world if we first took care of our people, including their mental health. When our CEO, Bert Bean, opened a dialogue with the entire company about mental health, it inspired an internal movement. We have been normalizing mental health conversations and support ever since.
Maintaining mental wellbeing is a lifelong pursuit , and we’re constantly searching for new ways to support our people in the personal, professional, and financial development.
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We have become increasingly aware of our ability to impact the lives of so many people and the world around us. We can give people hope through the dignity of employment.
In addition to the opportunities that we have to provide hope through new job opportunities, we also have the opportunity to fundamentally change the world around us for the better. “Be the Light” is a mission that inspired our CEO, Bert Bean, at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic when the world felt especially dark. This mission has since become a key part of our company purpose—something that we live to do every day through the thousands of lives we impact across our many offices, divisions, and services.
As we began to really focus on our mission to be the light, we started to receive it tenfold. Because that’s just it — good creates more good.
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Training & Development
We are obsessed with developing our people. Whether we’re training new hires, future leaders, corporate and sales managers, or our executive team, we know that ongoing development helps build perspective and teach invaluable skills that go beyond the day-to-day grind.
Our purpose is directly tied to our mission: we want to develop our people personally, professionally, and financially so that they can be the light to the world. So, not only do our people become experts in their trade through our state of the art training programs, but they also spend the same amount of time, if not more, learning how to tend the flame of our culture.
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