Diversity and inclusion
Our society is diverse and so are we. After all, we can only deliver the right solutions to our customers when we are representative of the world around us. Diversity and inclusion enables us to be more innovative, generate better financial results and attract and retain more talent. That makes it of strategic importance to any company that wants to stay relevant.
D&I is an integral part of who we are
Our journey as a company started with an ambition: to become a company that will last for 200 years. But remaining relevant for such a period of time, will only be possible if we are able to take good care of our employees, our customers, our partners and the broader world we live in.
That’s why our diversity and inclusion efforts tie in nicely with our overall company values of care, team spirit, commitment, respect and entrepreneurship.
Our diversity and inclusion pledge
“At delaware, we aspire to create a culture where everyone feels respected, is able to grow and empowered to develop their full potential.”
Respect for every individual is at the heart of our company and there is absolutely no room for prejudice, intolerance or discrimination.
We strive for true inclusion which implies removing all barriers and biases as well as all forms of discrimination and intolerance. We want to provide the solid ground that makes every individual feel respected and supported. Our equal growth opportunities are aimed at making sure that all #peopleofdelaware feel they belong.
Talk the Talk - blogs on D&I
Get to know delaware:
facts & figures of who we are and what we do
Diversity is driving the Agoria Solar Team forward
International Women’s Day:
how are we supporting women who love their job in IT?
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Neither your career nor delaware is a sprint – they’re both marathons.
Discover your career opportunities at delaware.
WeCare - CSR at delaware
WeCare is our social responsibility program that supports social and environmental initiatives organized by #peopleofdelaware.
WeCare initiatives grow bottom-up, because caring is a community task.