Intuit believes that when we come together, we prosper. But we know opportunities to prosper aren’t evenly distributed. This is why we invest in equity-- to give the underrepresented an equal opportunity.

Equal Opportunity

At Intuit, we’re committed to building a culture of transparency as part of a safe, ethical and inclusive work environment where our employees can do the best work of their lives. This includes our ongoing pay equity analysis that we conduct twice a year with an independent, outside company. We review each job code where we have enough employees and those employees have the same or similar job duties and compensation mix. We compare base pay by gender and ethnicity, while factoring in location and time spent in the role, and make adjustments when there are unexplained statistical differences. As of August 1, 2019, after the adjustments, Intuit had zero job codes with statistically significant differences between employees of different gender or ethnicity.

This does not mean, however, that our job is done. We are committed to holding ourselves accountable to sustaining pay equity and transparently sharing our best practices to drive societal and industry-wide improvements.

While our program is designed to address statistically significant differences within a job code, we know aggregate pay ratios can be informative, so share that data as well.
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  • We want employees with a wide range of life experiences to bring new ideas and perspectives to the table, so great ideas can rise to the top.

Customer Empathy

Innovation through diversity and inclusion

Innovation thrives in a safe, ethical and inclusive environment where employees aren’t afraid to speak up. We encourage employees with a wide range of life experiences to bring new ideas and perspectives to the table, so great ideas can rise to the top.

Our workforce should reflect our 50 million customers. In doing so, we can empathize and create products and services that solve customer when running a small business, file their taxes or manage their personal finances.

Ultimately, when we unlock the ability to innovate to solve customer problems, it’s better for our own business too. Research shows that diverse companies are 45 percent more likely to improve their market share and 70 percent more likely to capture a new market.
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Proud of our Employees

Employees from our Pride Network helped us understand the unique tax preparation challenges the LGBTQ community faces. Also, before the Supreme Court recognized same-sex marriage, we became a leader in helping same-sex couples to file their taxes effortlessly. In 2019, team members from Intuit’s Latinos Network came together to share valuable insights to update QuickBooks for Intuit’s expansion to Latin America.

Our Commitment

CEO Action Pledge

We are committed to building a talented, engaged and diverse workforce at all levels. For example, Intuit’s CEO signed the CEO Action Pledge in 2019. The “CEO Action Pledge” allows Intuit to engage in common, consistent actions across the business community.

In past decades, diversity across teams has proven its value time and time again. Employees from our Pride Network helped us understand the unique tax preparation challenges the LGBTQ community faces, and Intuit became a leader in helping same-sex couples to file their taxes effortlessly, even before the Supreme Court recognized same-sex marriage. In 2019, team members from Intuit’s Latinos Network came together to share valuable insights to update QuickBooks for Intuit’s expansion to Latin America.

Transparency to Inspire Action

We’re proud of our legacy, but our work is far from done.

We have pride in our legacy. In the United States, women represent 41 percent of our workforce - 28 percent of the technical jobs, 53 percent of non-technical jobs and 32 percent are executive staff.

One-third of Intuit's board of directors are women. Asian employees make up 43 percent of our overall United States workforce, and 54 percent of our domestic technology workforce.

We regularly measure & monitor our progress to ensure we stay focused on attracting, retaining and developing a diverse workforce. We report our data publicly in the Employer Information Report, submitted to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). In addition, our annual CR report and proxy statement are shared through various media platforms.

Reporting holds us accountable and can inspire our peers to follow suit to help bring attention to gaps across our industries. When we share diversity data, ideas and best practices, together we prosper.
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Corporate Responsibility Report

The following report highlights commitment to powering prosperity in the communities in which we work and live. This report focuses on our philanthropic efforts, social impact projects, and work in protecting the planet.