At Experian®, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging isn’t a catchphrase, it’s a core value. We believe bringing together unique experiences, diverse backgrounds and individual differences create a dynamic, innovative and inspiring workplace — one reflective of the clients and communities we serve around the globe.
Diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to our purpose of creating a better tomorrow together by making positive change in the world and actively supporting efforts to close the financial wealth gap of underserved communities.
We actively support the potential of all expressions of diversity, including but not limited to thought, style, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, underrepresented populations, ethnicity, disability, culture and experience.
46% of our employees are women.
37% of employees are drawn from underrepresented populations.
54% of new hires are women, 51% are from underrepresented groups.
*Experian North America includes Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, and the United States.
The commitment Experian has to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging is not a singular event or moment in time; it is a journey to further equity and drive positive change in the world.
We’re working toward greater financial and social inclusion in the communities we serve. We’ve partnered with more than 25 nonprofit and diversity organizations on initiatives to drive systemic change, and support credit education, financial literacy, entrepreneurship and homeownership. The Heart of Experian and United for Financial Health are examples of our commitment.
The Power of You movement has grown to be a foundational, recognizable part of Experian's culture.
Tangible proof that at Experian, we don’t just recognise diversity, we champion it.
Our culture of belonging invites you to be part of an organization where we honor and appreciate individual differences. You don’t have to take our word for it. Meet some of the people who make Experian a great place to work.
Experian life images generously provided by Nhan Nguyen.