Our people are our greatest asset
Putting people first is the guiding principle of our diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging work.
A great workplace culture results from a collective effort to attract top talent, provide opportunities for growth and development, and celebrate differences. We launched our DEI key principles, including a zero-tolerance approach to bullying, harassment and discrimination, and promoting an environment where individual differences and the contributions of our people are recognized and valued. Teammates drive our award-winning culture, one where people of all backgrounds have equal opportunities to grow, thrive and succeed.
“As a trans man, I do have apprehension of being out at work for my own comfort and safety. While at Experian, my apprehension was quickly lifted and I decided to be out at work. In doing so, I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of so many great events locally and at the Experian Pride Network level. I’m so glad I’m able to tell my story and bring my whole self to work.”
Charlie H. (He/Him)
“The community here is welcoming and makes me feel comfortable. I am able to work full-time and still be an active advocate for my son. My supervisor is understanding and lenient. If it weren’t for Experian allowing us to work remote, my son wouldn’t be able to receive ABA therapy or other resources that he needs in order to be an adequate individual. For that, I am very thankful.”
Deja C. (She/Her)
Senior Contracts Administrator
“As a Latina woman, it’s important to me to work in an environment where different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences are valued and leveraged. I’ve been so inspired by the strong female leaders that I’ve had the privilege to work with at Experian, and I feel hopeful for the continued focus on equity across positions of leadership within Experian.”
Tanya T. (She/Her)
Director, Customer and Employee Experience
We work hard to create an environment where each and every one of our people feel valued and represented. We want all of our teammates to feel they belong and that Experian® is a place they can reach their fullest potential.
We focus on developing top talent from all backgrounds to be part of our high-performing, innovative and inclusive culture. This ensures we have the right people, doing the right things, to support the professional growth of our people and the company.
We search across all populations to hire great people and increase diversity throughout our organization. We're successfully tapping into our partnerships and network at diverse conferences, as well as using social media channels to broaden our outreach to all generations. We invest deeper into our employee referral program because we know our people are our best ambassadors.See what possibilities are here for you
“I am a gay man that works in an open company that allows me to be myself, where I don’t need to hide and be free. I don’t know if I ever questioned my identity here, because I ALWAYS feel like I am me 100% of the time.”
Carlos F. (He/Him)
“I believe that DEI is critical to the health of the company. I want to be a part of improving our culture of diversity. That requires the 'tone from the top' which is excellent at Experian but must be maintained with updates and questions being regularly presented to leadership.”
Mike G. (He/Him)
VP, Business Development
“Our people are supportive and are willing to go the extra mile. We operate as a team and find that superior performance is achieved as a team. Everyone is an integral part and, as such, we care not only about work but everyone’s well-being. It’s family-like how everyone cares for each other.”
Harry B. (He/Him)
Director, Strategic Programs
We work to foster belonging through multiple employee resource groups (ERGs), clubs and events. We also offer numerous volunteer programs and initiatives, allowing employees and leaders to make a positive impact in the communities we serve.
Our eight ERGs provide support for employees’ personal and professional goals and boost our efforts to recruit and hire top talent from diverse backgrounds. Our ERGs are also instrumental in helping Experian implement new policies and programs that benefit all our employees.
Building a workforce that’s reflective of the communities where we live and work bolsters innovation and better enables us to bring new products to market to help close the financial wealth gap.
We want all employees to be their best. That’s why we offer programs to develop their knowledge and expertise, such as our Global Careers Week, the New Leader Program, Women in Experian Mentorships, Career Pathways and more. By helping our employees maximize their skills, we also build a stronger organization.