Diversity and Inclusion at UnderDefense
A culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion is an objective that UnderDefense is dedicated to establishing, developing, and preserving.
Our most significant asset is our human resources. Our culture, as well as our reputation and business success, are greatly influenced by the individual diversity, life experiences, expertise, inventiveness, self-expression, and talent that each of our workers brings to their work.
Age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, veteran status, and other differences that make our employees distinctive are all celebrated and encouraged.
UnderDefense diversity initiatives apply but are not limited to our practices and policies on hiring and choice, pay and benefits, professional growth and training, promotions, transfers, social and recreational programs, layoffs, terminations, and the ongoing creation of a work environment based on the principle of gender and diversity equity that seeks to promote and enforces:
Cooperation and respectful dialogue among all staff
Collaboration and employee involvement, enabling the inclusion of all groups and staff viewpoints
Work-life balance is made possible by flexible work schedules that take into account employees’ different needs
Contributions by employers and employees to the communities we serve to foster a greater appreciation and respect for diversity
Everyone who works for UnderDefense has to always treat others with respect and decency. All workers are expected to act in a way that promotes inclusion while at work, at professional gatherings held on or off the job site, and at all other company-sponsored activities. All staff members must attend and successfully complete annual diversity awareness training to improve their knowledge and fulfill this commitment.
Any employee who is discovered to have engaged in improper conduct or behavior toward others may face disciplinary action. If an employee feels they have been the victim of any form of discrimination that goes against the organization’s diversity initiatives and policy, they can seek support from a supervisor or an HR representative.