Diversity, inclusion and belonging

Diversity is everything that makes us unique. We want a team that reflects the membership and the customers that we serve. Inclusion at LinkedIn means when people become part of our team, we do everything in our power to ensure they are included and have a seat at the table. And we, as a company, want nothing more than to ensure that every individual, every member of our team, feels like they belong here and that each of us appreciates and values all our colleagues’ uniqueness and creativity.

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Environmental sustainability

At LinkedIn, we believe that economic growth and environmental sustainability go hand in hand, and that it is our responsibility to protect the planet as we work toward economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. We are committed to a future of powering our global operations with 100% renewable energy, as well as leading by example through designing and operating our workplaces with high sustainability standards.

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Global ethics and compliance

We believe that doing business ethically gives LinkedIn a competitive advantage. We provide employees with the framework they need to avoid risks like corruption and conflicts of interest, while honing their ethical leadership skills. We monitor our performance as a company against the ever-changing regulatory landscape, ensuring that LinkedIn is always practicing thoughtfully and responsibly. And we do all these things in an interesting, innovative way.

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At LinkedIn, our vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. This naturally includes people with disabilities. We commit to this by following internationally recognized accessibility standards in the development of our products. That way, all of our members and customers can have meaningful engagement on our platforms.

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Disaster response

LinkedIn’s Disaster Response Program aims to support humanitarian efforts in times of crisis. Examples of our work include our immediate response to the devastating earthquake in Nepal in 2015 and our 2016 support of Syrian refugees. During the Nepal earthquake, we used our tools to match UAV (drone) experts to the Digital Humanitarian Network, a humanitarian organization that was responding on the ground.