We have more than 500 talented employees globally and are committed to continuously measuring and improving our diversity. We strive to create a culture where everyone feels valued and respected, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, or other personal characteristics.
Through recruitment, we proactively remove biases from every process step. This starts with The Predictive Index, a behavioral and cognitive assessment tool used to remove biases from decision-making while objectively matching candidates with available opportunities. During the recruitment process, we ensure we have a balanced representation of talent while giving everyone a voice at the table.
We have an active employer branding effort that works to highlight voices from within our organization. Through our efforts of connecting with talent and communities through local universities, creating opportunities for international graduates to obtain sound employment, and amplifying the community impact we make, we're always working to connect Nature Energy and the communities we operate in.
Our culture creates opportunities for collaboration, connection, and community. Diversity and inclusion are critical components of a healthy and thriving culture, and everyone should be able to participate and succeed. This is why we offer our staff associations for team members to come together through shared interests and new opportunities where they can learn and grow from and around each other. We provide continuous learning and development opportunities for all employees to create a global-mindset organization while challenging ourselves to create a culture of psychological safety. Diverse perspectives and experiences lead to better decision-making, increased creativity, and a meaningful impact.
We know that even if we take some of the most important steps to promote diversity and inclusion, we can always do more. We are not done with our efforts; we are just getting started.