Here you can find how Pento is committed to building a diverse team, and equitable and inclusive environment.

This work should never be on the shoulders of the underrepresented. Everyone at Pento has a commitment to bettering our environment — just like subscribing to our Principles, this is a part of working at Pento.

<aside> 💡 Why do we refer to this work as Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)?

Why Are We Talking About This?

Our Action

Companies tend to think about DEI work in terms of workshops, employee groups, and hiring processes. These efforts can all be important, however we’re focusing on DEI as tangible, day-to-day action and using a design approach to tackle these tricky issues.

The People and Talent team, who lead many of our DEI efforts, use and design frameworks to guide their work. Frameworks (such as meaningful checklists) help us to avoid making mistakes and ask the right questions. For example, the Design for Diversity framework includes questions:

  1. What’s the worst-case scenario, and on whom?
  2. How do the identities within our team influence and impact your design decisions?
  3. Who might we be excluding?
  4. How will we engage the people we want to reach within our design process?

Below you can dive into some of our in-flight efforts and documented learnings. Any significant or meaningful updates will be shared within All Hands.