Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
A workplace with a place for you
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is not a thing we do; it’s how we do things.
And our commitment begins before our people even get here.
Our commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
In 2018, we took the Parity Pledge to help us move toward gender and racial parity. That means we interview and consider at least one qualified woman and person of color for every open role, Director-level and above.
To make that possible and ensure diversity in our candidate pipeline, we ensure our job descriptions are free of unconscious bias and gendered language. We want job-seekers to know they belong here.
We’ve established long-term partnerships with groups that prioritize DEI, including the Utah Black Chamber, Equality Utah, and the Women Tech Council. Along with posting on their job boards, we tap those groups for internal trainings and events, and sit on their advisory boards and development committees to help steer progress.
We know we do this work well, but we’re not done. Every year, we review our policies and benefits against the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index, the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies, practices and benefits pertinent to our LGBTQ+ community.
We share our results so you can see where we are–and help inform where we need to go. Past policy reviews have led Clearlink to expand health benefits to include domestic partners, and to provide insurance coverage for gender reassignment surgery.
We create a culture of belonging through action, inviting everyone to Be an Owner—to speak up, share ideas, and safely bring their whole selves to work.
Summed up, our commitment to DEI is best told through our purpose statement:
Everyone is a part; no one is apart. Ours is a community for everyone. We embrace diversity in experience, identity, and perspective to help each of us learn, grow, and expand our capabilities.
Our Team’s Values
Fight for the user
You are committed to understanding user needs and behavior, so you can apply insights to your work. You actively share research and best practices to find unique ways to delight users and surpass their expectations. You know your work has an impact on real people, and you prioritize user experience above your personal opinion or the easiest paths to “done.”
We invest in user experience as a long-term strategy and focus on putting the user first.
You demonstrate empathy for your coworkers and users alike. You put in the time and seek to outdo yourself to continually hone your craft. You show you care about our business by keeping commitments because you know your work impacts our bottom line.
We are passionate about being transparent and keeping our coworkers’, users’, and customers’ best interests in mind.
Seek diverse perspectives
You seek understanding through honest conversation and passionate research. You acknowledge your biases and what you don’t know. You ask questions to understand diverse perspectives and to gain an accurate picture of reality. You invite others to challenge your view, and you do the work to prove yourself wrong.
We strive for improvement in a never-ending pursuit of truth, so we can make sound decisions.
Be an owner
You default to action. You proactively share solutions and follow through on commitments. You have high expectations of yourself and your coworkers. You recognize and celebrate your colleagues’ wins. You have the humility to own your failures so you can improve. You’re capable of leading or following as the situation demands.
We all have the ability to make a measurable impact and own our path to success.
You push to be a better version of yourself, every single day. When you’re frustrated by challenges, you focus on asking better questions to uncover better solutions. You strive to have a growth mindset. You learn from mistakes, you seek feedback rather than validation, and you tackle struggles head-on.
We have each other’s backs, and we welcome challenges as opportunities to learn, grow, and succeed together. We enjoy doing hard things.