Our employees are fundamental to delivering on our mission to make it easier for everyone to experience the world. We strive to create an empowering and inclusive work environment through our continued focus on employee engagement, well-being, diversity and inclusion, talent management, and rewarding and recognizing that talent.
We are committed to pay equity, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity. With the help of an independent compensation consultant, we conduct pay equity studies every other year, and we act on the results from those studies and work to address any outliers in pay.
We are a global business, made up of more than 140 different nationalities, with headquarters and offices all over the world. As of our last survey (December 2022), 47% of our workforce identifies as women, 31% of our leadership roles are filled by women, and 25% of our technical positions are filled by women.
The EEO-1 data disclosed below includes the U.S. market only, which represents approximately 14% of our global workforce as of December 31, 2022. At this time, we are sharing U.S. EEO-1 data, as the U.S. is one of the few countries where we are permitted to collect such data. While a significant percentage of our workforce is located in jurisdictions where legal or privacy regulations provide challenges to tracking employee racial, gender, or ethnic demographics, we actively seek other ways to assess our employees’ experience of inclusion.
This is a required format for EEO-1 data reporting, and the data disclosed in this table includes the U.S. market only as of 12.31.22, which makes up approximately 14% of our global workforce.