At 3Data, we are dedicated to creating an inclusive, equitable environment for everyone. No employee or applicant will face discrimination or harassment based on: race, ethnicity, immigrant status, religion, age, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, parental status, marital domestic partner status, political affiliation, gender expression, mental illness, socioeconomic status or background, or veteran status. 3Data also strives to prevent other, subtler forms of inappropriate behavior — such as stereotyping — from ever gaining a foothold in our organization. Whether blatant or hidden, barriers to the success of our employees have no place at 3Data.
3Data is also committed to providing access to all individuals who are seeking information from our website. Any individual using assistive technology (such as a screen reader, Braille reader, etc.) who experiences difficulty accessing information on any part of 3Data’s website should send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the nature of the accessibility problem and your e-mail or contact address. If the accessibility problem involves a particular page, the message should include the URL of that page.
To us, 3Data means a lot of things. But above all, 3Data means innovation, empathy, and trust.
We believe that innovation — in our technology, our approach, our culture, our mindset — will push us towards a better world. We aren’t afraid to deviate from the norm to create things that haven’t existed before. It’s just as important, however, that we embody empathy. Empathy for others, for each other, for ourselves, for our customers, for those who are different than we are, for those who have less, for those whose experiences do not mirror our own. We believe that empathy is the driver behind thoughtful and meaningful innovation. But we recognize that our foundation is built on trust. Without trust, empathy and innovation cannot thrive at 3Data.
These values drive everything we do, especially building and maintaining a culture of equity, belonging, and collaboration. We’re also human, so if you ever feel that we’re not living up to any of these values, we want to know so that we can do better.