Diversity and Inclusion

Our mission to power prosperity around the world aligns with our values and supports our belief that every employee should be able to bring their whole self to work. Diversity and inclusion isn’t just something we do. It’s part of who we are.


We believe that innovation thrives in a workforce that includes employees with a wide range of life experiences and a supportive culture that lets great ideas rise to the top.


We believe that inclusiveness drives empathy for our customers. That’s why we continuously strive to create a workforce that reflects the demographics of those we serve, helping us create products that solve important problems and exceed expectations.


While we’re proud of our legacy, our work is far from done. Our goal is to grow our African-American, Latino and other underrepresented ethnic minorities from 11 percent today to 15 percent of our workforce by 2020.

While we’re proud of our legacy, our work is far from done.


The Importance of a Diverse Workforce

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion goes beyond the demographics of our global workforce.

Our commitment drives us to:


  • Attract and develop top talent by creating a culture that values innovation, inclusion and continuous learning
  • Make the world a better place by operating a socially responsible business
  • Be customer obsessed

Measuring Diversity at Intuit

Women represent 39 percent of our global workforce, holding 29 percent of our technology positions and 49 percent of our non-technical positions. They also hold 32 percent of our leadership roles. In the United States, Women represent 41 percent of our domestic workforce, holding 31 percent of the technical jobs and 51 percent of the non-technical roles. They hold 33 percent of our leadership roles.

Pay Equity


We are committed to equal pay. In fiscal 2017, we commissioned an analysis by an independent company to look for any statistical differences in Intuit base pay by gender and race in the U.S. and by gender in India.

We determined that:


  • In the U.S., women earn on average $1.00 for every $1.00 that men earn.
  • In the U.S., minorities earn on average 99.7 cents for every $1.00 whites earn.
  • In India, women earn on average 95.5 cents for every $1.00 men earn.



Workforce breakdown by ethnicity (July 2017):


  • White: 48 percent
  • Asians: 28 percent, up 1 percent.
  • Hispanic or Latinos: 8 percent
  • African-Americans or black: 3 percent
  • Two or more races: 2 percent
  • Indigenous peoples, including Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, American Indians, Alaska Natives or Canadian First Nations: 1 percent.
  • Undisclosed ethnicities: 10 percent.


As a result of this study, we made salary adjustments for certain employees and also conducted additional analysis of the root cause of the differences in India.  We are committed to eliminating unexplainable differences in pay, to making pay equity analyses part of our yearly talent and pay process, and to communicating with transparency.


Equal Employment Opportunity 2016 Employer Information Report


We annually file our workforce demographics in the Employer Information Report EEO-1. Our numbers may vary slightly from the government’s report due to changes that have been made in the industry and in technology since the report was created in 1966. We believe the information we provide on this site accurately represents our true progress.

Policies for our Employees


Intuit is committed to fostering a safe, ethical and inclusive work environment. We have policies that are particularly important for helping us live up to that commitment, which we are sharing to increase transparency and promote a dialogue.





We encourage our employees to bring their whole selves to work as part of an environment where they can do the best work of their lives. That includes opportunities to champion diversity and inclusion by participating in one of our employee network groups.


Connecting Through Employee Networks


Our 11 employee networks embrace cultural, ethnic and faith-based communities. They’re all open to everyone at Intuit. Together, they facilitate career development, attract new talent, sponsor community involvement and act as a resource to the business.

  • Asian Pacific Islander Network
  • Intuit Christian Action Network
  • Intuit Indian Network
  • Intuit Military Network
  • Intuit Muslim Awareness Network
  • Intuit Women’s Network
  • Latinos Connect at Intuit
  • Mosaic, the African Ancestry Network
  • Next Gen Network
  • Pride Network
  • Special Needs and Abilities Network


Tech Women @ Intuit  


Twenty-nine percent of our global tech workforce is female. While we’re ahead of the industry, we aspire to even greater gender diversity. Our Tech Women @ Intuit initiative is focused on attracting, retaining and advancing women in technical roles. Our programs include sponsorship by leaders, peer mentoring through Intuit Circles based on Lean In Circles, development workshops like negotiation, executive presence and speaking skills, and site events to build our tech women community.