You belong at Relativity
We’re building a company where everyone feels welcome – no matter where you’re from, who you love, or how you move through life.
How We Come Together
Our goal is simple: Relativity should be a place where differences are celebrated and everyone feels comfortable being exactly who they are (and no one else). But belonging doesn’t happen overnight – we need to work at it, together.
It all starts with a few commitments to our people (that’s you)
We’re committed to building an inclusive place to work.
We create a safe, welcoming space and promote a culture of respect and support for all who work with us. Inclusion means fair treatment, access, opportunity, and advancement for all.
We’re committed to diverse representation across our company.
We seek diverse backgrounds and embrace everything that makes our team unique. Race, ethnicity, gender identity, abilities, nationality, religion – it’s all part of your fabric and ours.
We’re committed to actively promoting equity of experience.
We recognize that we all don’t start from the same place. We’re working to level the playing field and ensure our people have equitable experiences and opportunities to progress.
We’re committed to taking accountability.
Everyone plays a role in IDB, from how we engage and collaborate to how we do our work. Accountability is key – it’s what makes IDB part of our cultural DNA.
Where We’re Creating Change
We know IDB leads to happier employees, stronger ideas, and better decisions for our company and our customers. Our approach is focused on four key areas.
Having a diverse workforce is better for business and better for society. That’s why we take strategic steps to prevent unfair systems from blocking great candidates.
From IDB programming to Community Resource Groups, we offer resources to help Relativians actively engage, make authentic friendships, and connect to their own identities.
As a global company with employees distributed all around the world, it’s crucial that we connect with and properly represent the communities in which we live and work.
We’re a large corporation that works with a lot of outside sources. It’s our responsibility to ensure we’re working with a diverse supplier base and utilizing sales and marketing efforts that align with our values.
“Our Community Resource Groups provide invaluable spaces for underrepresented employees to build community, encourage allyship, and create empathy. It’s great to see the impact they have in creating a sense of belonging at Relativity. I’m constantly inspired by our CRGs – so much so that I chose to fully commit to IDB as my career path. CRGs have transformed the way I view the world.”
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