How Google addresses all dimensions of workplace diversity: Gender parity, sexual orientation, disability, and more

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Anny Tampling, Regional Market HR Director, Google APAC, on how to foster an inclusive environment for every Googler, be it in terms of gender parity, an openness to forms of sexual orientation, disability or ethnic and social mix that reflects the wider society, in this exclusive interview with Jerene Ang.

Q How does Google define diversity?

In Google, we see diversity as building a workforce that is more representative of our users and a fair working environment that creates a sense of belonging for everyone. This means offering equal employment opportunities regardless of race, colour ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, physical or neurological abilities, age, citizenship, marital status and gender identity.

Read more: on the Human Resources Online website