We’re curating a culture where we amplify and strengthen our colleagues’ voices, embedding our values and purpose; a culture where diversity, community impact, transparency and collaboration are expected and celebrated. We believe in fair opportunities and we work as one team— wherever we come from and however we identify.
We want everyone to feel welcome and empowered to do the best work of their career when they come to Checkout.com.
The more we know about who makes up our company, the better we can support our people as well as identify those we need to do better by.
Find out more below about the work we’re doing to attract a more diverse range of people to Checkout.com, and support them after they get here.
Our colleague-created communities contribute to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at Checkout.com. They celebrate, educate and provide support to our colleagues and enhance our culture. And they provide feedback on where we’re doing well and where there’s room for improvement. Ultimately, they create connections. Allowing us to share more of what matters, together.
Learn about our communities below.
Celebrates traditions and culture across the continent of Asia, and supports Asian colleagues’ career growth.
Honors Black history, heritage and culture, amplifying Black colleagues’ voices and nurturing talent.
Enables parents to share experiences and advice, and supports working families in obtaining flexibility.
Creates awareness of LGBTQ+ topics by educating colleagues, encouraging allyship and creating a safe space.
Increases awareness of gender diversity and inclusion, and enhances women’s leadership skills.
Creates an authentic space for Latine colleagues, celebrating cultural diversity and supporting Latine colleagues’ careers.
Increases accessibility awareness, meaningfully improving inclusion for colleagues with apparent and non-apparent disabilities.
Equitable opportunities for all
We’re creating an inclusive and equitable workplace that celebrates diversity. Over the past year, we’ve launched several initiatives to support that. In 2022, we welcomed our newest employee-led community, the Latine Community.
We’ve trained our colleagues and our recruiters on how to best support colleagues or candidates with disabilities and we’ve published our accessibility statement. To better understand how we can improve our processes and ensure equitable opportunities, we’ve started inviting candidates and colleagues to share their demographics data.
We’ve revisited our policies to ensure they’re inclusive for all genders. In partnership with TechReturners, we've committed to upskill and recruit software engineers who took a break in their careers. Finally, we’ve partnered with our Talent Development team to reduce biases in performance reviews
Talk is easy. But when it comes to building an equitable and inclusive fintech ecosystem, taking action is all that matters. This is why we partner with multiple organizations to move the needle and help us expand our outreach.
We’re partnered with the Black Young Professionals Network since 2020 to empower Black professionals, co-creating webinars and content, and connecting them with our job opportunities.
Through our partnership with Evenbreak, we’ve co-delivered internal training, co-produced recruitment webinars for disabled candidates and audited our offices and processes.
Since 2019, we’ve partnered with SheCanCode as a platform sponsor, collaborating on career guidance blogs and webinars for their network.