Frankly, I think [diversity is] our problem to figure out. I think that responsibility rests on us and our companies in the industry to make sure that we get to that. And there's so much research that shows that you need diverse teams to do the best work. So it's important that we do better on diversity, not only because it's the right thing to do for the country and for the people, but because that's the only way we're going to serve our community the best.
– Mark Zuckerberg, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Diversity Isn't Optional
To bring the world closer together, diversity is a must-have for Facebook, not an option. Hiring people with different backgrounds and experiences helps us build better products, make better decisions and better serve our clients. We’re committed to building a workforce that’s as diverse as the communities we serve, and strive to provide the best possible care and resources to help all of our employees thrive—at work, in their personal life and across every life stage.
MAKING AN IMPACT
We are proud of the impact diversity is having on who we are and what we do. Allow us to introduce a few of the people making a difference at Facebook.
, Employee Relations Partner, Facebook Sao Paulo
, Global Head of Technical Analytics, Business, Facebook Menlo Park
, Solutions Engineer, Facebook Latin America
, Software Engineer, Facebook Tel Aviv
Our efforts to find, grow and keep diverse talent are delivering tangible results — and we're just getting started.
People from all backgrounds—with diverse experiences, perspectives, and ideas—rely on Facebook to build community. Building a diverse team where everyone belongs is crucial to understanding where we're succeeding and where we need to do better.
We are committed to connecting and building a community of women who feel open and connected to each other. We empower women through professional development opportunities and engage with men as equal partners in advancing gender diversity and inclusion. We celebrate the unique contributions of women to Facebook.
We represent and celebrate all things Black@ at Facebook. We promote employee growth and development, as well as support recruitment and community engagement efforts through partnerships. We provide Facebook with a critical perspective on issues facing the Black community.
We are committed to connecting, supporting, and developing Latino and Hispanic employees at Facebook while promoting an inclusive community that fosters an appreciation for our culture. Through employee development, engagement and in support of recruiting, Latin@ serves Facebook's mission to bring the world closer together.
We serve to connect, celebrate and empower Facebook employees, friends and family who are Differently Abled -- physical, mental or cognitive. We focus on raising awareness, internally and externally, about the issues and opportunities facing the Differently Abled community.
We provide the fg-s.community with the opportunity to learn and support Veterans issues and initiatives. We play a critical role in helping Facebook connect and engage with the Veteran community through recruiting, engagement with external organizations and raising awareness about the value we bring to Facebook.
We focus on creating an open culture for all LGBTQ employees at Facebook. From partnering with community organizations, to celebrating in Pride parades around the world, we're committed to building community and bringing the world closer together. We're proud to have earned a 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index report.
We welcome employees from all faiths and spiritual groups to practice and celebrate their beliefs. We believe that enabling an open dialog to foster understanding of different belief systems creates an environment that is truly open and inclusive.
We represent the Asian & Pacific Islanders community at Facebook and provide the opportunity to learn about the cultural diversity that comprises API. We support professional development for members and facilitate community engagement through efforts supporting local, API-owned nonprofits and small businesses.
Native@ is the voice for individuals working at Facebook who represent Native Americans, American Indians, First Nations, Alaskan Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other indigenous communities. Together we foster a sense of community and belonging by sharing our stories with each other, celebrating our diverse culture and bringing awareness to issues that impact Native communities. We participate in local and national events through sponsorships and training opportunities that encourage recruitment and community involvement.
Facebook Resource Groups are influential networks of people who share similar values of supporting and encouraging diversity
Expanding Opportunity in Our Communities
Building for all means providing opportunity for all. Through programs dedicated to helping people build their skills, access employment opportunities, grow their businesses, and get online, we help our communities thrive.
Computer Science Education Initiatives
Facebook invests in programs we believe will deepen the skills of future engineering graduates, helping them understand the immense opportunity that exists in the tech field, and prepare for a career in tech.
Economic Opportunity Programs
Providing our communities with access to economic opportunity is a key part of our commitment to empowering the people who use our products and services.
Public Affairs and External Policy Programs
Facebook’s external affairs initiatives are designed to help us gather input from a wide variety of perspectives and build platforms that give people a voice while keeping our communities safe.
WHAT ITS LIKE TO WORK AT FACEBOOK
Be Unique. Be Authentic. However you prefer to say it, we really mean it.
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How Facebook's LGBTQ+ Community Grows Stronger Together
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