What we believe.
John Warnock and Chuck Geschke founded Adobe based on fundamental principles: Our people are our most important asset. Good ideas come from everywhere. Build a company where you’d want to work yourself.
More than three decades later, Adobe continues to invest in building a diverse and inclusive environment for our employees, customers, partners, and the tech industry as a whole. We call our vision Adobe For All, and we work toward these core beliefs every day.
We believe that everyone deserves respect and equal treatment regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural background, or religious beliefs. When people feel appreciated and included, they can be more creative, innovative, and successful.
We strive to create an environment where our employees can do their best work and drive their career growth and development based on their personal goals. We’re committed to fair-pay practices around the globe as well as family-friendly leave and benefits programs that help people integrate work and life. We’ve established networks and clubs to create community, and we offer learning and development opportunities to help employees reach their full potential. Ultimately, these initiatives contribute to making our workforce happier, more diverse, and better positioned to make a meaningful impact on the world.
Opportunities for all.
In today’s global society, we believe that young people should have the opportunity — no matter where they live — to learn and express themselves through creativity and technology so they can help shape our future. And we believe that welcoming people from all countries, religions, and cultures is essential to our industry’s future innovation and economic success.
These beliefs guide how we hire, manage, and support the growth of our employees and the role we play in changing the technology industry — and the world — for the better.