We strongly believe that every person should have equal rights and opportunities regardless of their ethnicity, sexuality, gender or beliefs both in and out of the workplace.
This is how we take action to ensure a diverse and accepting work environment.
Any worker that is unable to have children and is not entitled to surrogacy in Israel is entitled to a 50,000 shekel grant.
We adhere to the Statement of Principles for inclusiveness and treatment of the LGBT+ community. We were among the first organizations to sign up.
Israel Diversity Standard
We are a Platinum Partner, actively involved in events and activities. We made a video about the Israel Diversity Standard encouraging other organizations to join, and ran a Pride campaign.
Pride flags are displayed throughout our offices, especially during Pride Tel Aviv. LGBT+ employees are invited to monthly gatherings to share their experiences.
Open and welcoming
We donate to charities that actively support LGBT+ rights.
Neta Feller, our Chief People Officer, was ranked #25 out of 50 in the Financial Times Top 50 Ally Executives, for creating a supportive workplace for LGBT people in October 2018.
LGBT leaders and allies
We hold meetups, lectures and workshops for female employees to explore inequality and discuss how to create change.
Commitment to "the advancement of equal opportunities for women in the workplace," issued by Parliament 51. We are proud to be one of the first companies to sign up.
We host science minded young women from the periphery to promote working in tech with Cracking the Glass Ceiling and hold activities with female high school students.
Promoting Women in Tech
Everyday we work to ensure that women get equal opportunities. Once a year we get together and celebrate the successes of the women in our team.