Alorica Featured in Intuit’s First Supplier Diversity Economic Impact Report
Reposted from Intuit.com
Intuit published its first annual Supplier Diversity Economic Impact Report. Through a concerted effort to proactively source products and services from small and diverse suppliers, Intuit is achieving impactful change for minority and women-owned businesses at scale.
View Intuit’s complete Supplier DEI Economic Impact Report here.
Excerpt of Alorica’s Supplier Spotlight in Intuit’s Impact Report:
What makes Alorica’s journey unique as a minority-owned business?
Diversity is at the core
Alorica is the largest minority-owned business process outsourcer (BPO). Alorica’s award-winning culture is centered on diversity and inclusion, resulting in an employee base of 60% women across the globe and 70% minorities in the US.
Alorica’s global DEI program called TIDE
• (Together for Inclusion, Diversity & Equity) launched in 2020. One example of the many initiatives this program includes is the Real Talk sessions—interactive forums for employees around the world to share stories, ask questions and educate each other on social issues that matter most to them—LGBTQ+, Veterans, People with Disabilities, Unconscious Bias, Gender Stereotypes, Mental Health, Cultural Awareness, etc.
• Over 130 sessions have been held to date!
How does Alorica champion Intuit’s mission to power prosperity around the world?
Intuit Prosperity Hub Program
Alorica is a strategic partner with Intuit’s Prosperity Hub program and identifies and hires great talent to work virtually across the country in underserved communities to support Intuit customers and power the prosperity of many! Alorica is also heavily concentrated in one of Intuit’s flagship Prosperity Hub communities- Bluefield, West Virginia.
Making lives better with Alorica (MLBA)
It is Alorica’s nonprofit partner that is led by Alorica employees globally. As part of Alorica’s Corporate Social Responsibility, they give to employees, their loved ones, favorite charities, and local communities in need. MLBA has raised nearly $8 million and awarded more than 12,000 grants to provide funds for food, medical expenses, educational supplies and programs, shelter, disaster relief, and more.