Diverse employees drive our success. We cast a wide net to help increase the number of qualified women and underrepresented minorities we hire, and we also look for promising candidates beyond the tech industry.
How we work to attract diverse candidates:
We strive for inclusive recruiting practices.
To generate interest from diverse pools of candidates and create an inclusive and welcoming interview experience, we make sure our interviewers come from diverse backgrounds.
Our internal bias training programs help our hiring managers and interview panels mitigate potential bias and make sound hiring decisions.
Our global Diversity & Inclusion talent acquisition trainings help Adobe's recruiting team strengthen their skills in sourcing, attracting, and engaging diverse candidates.
We source candidates in a variety of ways.
We sponsor and recruit at numerous conferences, including AfroTech, Black is Tech, Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (U.S. and India), Lesbians Who Tech Summit, Women Hack, Women in Product, and Tapia Diversity in Computing Conference among others.
We also partner with Management Leadership for Tomorrow, UNCF, National Society of Black Engineers, Vets in Tech, BreakLine, HBCU Partnership Challenge Braintrust, Project Hired, GEM and other organizations to source great talent.
We recruit at a broad range of colleges and universities.
Universities are among our greatest sources of diverse talent and fresh perspectives. We engage with historically black colleges such as Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, North Carolina A&T State University, and Spelman College in addition to Hispanic-serving institutions.
We also reach out to campus student clubs like the Black Business Student Association, Society of Latino Engineers and Scientists, and Women in Computer Science.
And we partner with United Negro College Fund (UNCF).
HELPING PEOPLE TRANSITION TO TECH
With our Adobe Digital Academy, we’re working to help bright, motivated people who work in other fields make the move to careers in technology.