Freedom from bias or favoritism. Something that is equitable is something that has been dealt with fairly and equally for all those involved.
Being composed of differing individuals, especially those of different races and cultures, inheriting the unique strengths of each contributor.
Ensuring that all individuals that have a stake in any given activity are invited to participate, and that as many individuals as possible have the ability and interest in contributing.
Our employees run their own diversity committees driven by a passion to educate and inspire our entire workforce. Any employee can join any committee and bring their own background and unique strengths to the table to inform their committees' decisions and company-wide events.
Our committees are growing and changing all the time, but here's just a few of them:
The BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) committee is on a mission to share the stories of our employees that have grown up black in America. Members seek to not only have their voice be heard, and to share their experiences with those of similar backgrounds, but to educate the rest of the workforce on a unique perspective that comes with powerful and distinct lessons.
The PWIR (professional women inspiring results) committee has a desire to bring together women in the industry to share inspiring stories of success and accomplishment. These stories often come with direct advice on how to improve daily work life and how to rise in the ranks of the corporate world.
iSolved employs many individuals that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ spectrum, and these employees find a shared strength in their membership of the PRIDE (personal rights in defense and education) committee. This committee is empowered by their efforts to spread a message of acceptance and respect for all individuals, not in spite of their sexual identification or preferences, but because of them.