By removing the barriers that divide us, we show current and prospective team members they belong at Asurion.
Open minds can help open doors
In 2021, Asurion expanded its education programs to provide in-depth training on removing biases, driving inclusion and belonging in the workplace, and understanding different perspectives. Select each program to find out more.
of people leaders trained to become Certified Interviewers to help mitigate bias in hiring and recruiting.
of people leaders trained in Inclusive Leader Foundations to help identify gaps in team diversity.
Active Ally workshops were held in 2021, which provided a closer look at marginalized groups and how to advocate for them.
#BeBold sessions held in 2021, which fostered open dialogs on current events and topics typically avoided in the workplace.
Women in tech
Our global representation of women in tech careers and tech leadership increased significantly—and in our former Tel Aviv office, we saw a 42% increase in female new hires and a 20% increase in women in engineering.
We hosted several international events in 2021, but of note was International Women’s Day. Employees in Australia, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and others celebrated with Active Ally trainings, workshops, and more.
Immigration pilot program
Our Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program helped 19 employees in Canada become permanent residents in 2021, and it endorsed another 21 applicants. These employees are now coaches, coordinators, and soon-to-be leaders.
Diversity recruiting efforts
Asurion requires all hiring managers to become Certified Interviewers and has pushed for more diverse interview panels during the recruitment and hiring process. In 2021, we also incorporated:
Seek Out—a tool that helps us improve diverse representation in talent pools by leveraging intelligent search methods.
Talent Neuron—a tool that compares Asurion’s diversity employee pool to that of the national candidate pool in the software engineer space.
Code Path—an organization that provides STEM training, tutoring, and more to underrepresented groups and has produced seven Asurion interns.