Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) are foundational to our success as a company. People are our greatest strength as an organization, and we are a stronger company when each one of us can be our true selves at work. As a company, we strive to build an inclusive workforce, bridging various backgrounds and perspectives through our programs, processes, and how we interact with each other. As employees, we all share a responsibility to foster an environment in which everyone feels free to contribute, share ideas, and succeed as their full selves.
At Carrot, we believe learning should be a lifelong endeavor. We have designed our learning programs to ensure every Carrot is provided with the educational tools and resources needed to help them become their best selves both inside and outside of work.
Carrot creates resources and training surrounding cross-cultural communication and inclusive language. We offer ongoing (and evolving) training on a variety of topics including:
DEIB and cultural events
Inclusive fertility journeys
Carrot has been recognized and awarded for its inclusive environment. Check out some of our recent wins.
Employee community groups (ECGs) are employee-led groups focused on fostering diversity, inclusion, and belonging within Carrot. These groups help employees build stronger connections, offer social, educational and community activities, create development opportunities, and increase engagement among colleagues.
Black @ Carrot is an ECG for all Black-identifying members of Carrot to have a safe space to connect and discuss all things relating to the Black community at large. Black @ Carrot works to create several initiatives regarding community outreach, raising awareness, and supporting our overall DEIB efforts as a company.
The AAPI group is open to anyone at Carrot who identifies as Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander (AAPI). The mission is to foster a community of belonging, discourse, and engagement for all AAPI-identifying employees of Carrot.
The Spoonies group raises awareness of people living with chronic illnesses and/or disabilities, as well as the people who support them. They provide a supportive community for Spoonies to share real-life stories in an authentic, open, and honest environment.
Las Zanahorias seeks to advocate for the Latinx community and promote Latinx culture, both here at Carrot and externally. They do this by fostering an inclusive, safe space for social connectivity, learning, and collective action.
The Parents of Carrot group is open to parents with children of all ages, soon-to-be parents, people who serve a parental function in a child's life, and anyone else who is interested.
The mission of Rainbow Carrots is to foster a space of community and advocacy for LGBTQ+ employees. This includes advancing workplace inclusion for LGBTQ+ candidates/employees of all backgrounds, as well as leveraging our diverse roles to make the benefit itself more welcoming, equitable, and accessible to LGBTQ+ members.
Our goal is to create a workforce that reflects the member population that we serve.