Diversity and inclusion are the driving powers of teamwork. When our cohort of digital artisans show respect and dignity on an equal footing, their actions push forward with more strength. Unique perspectives shed light on the status quo and build toward smarter ideas and more creative solutions.
At RdyToGo, we don’t just accept difference among members of our cohort—we celebrate it, support it, and we need it. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. We consider all applicants, no matter their gender, ethnicity, religion, education, orientation, or any other differentiating factor. We are inclusive of everyone, not because the law requires it, but because we feel that it is the right thing to do.
Our cohort is small now, but as the agency grows, we will continue to hire talented artisans regardless of what makes them different.
As of the 2020 business year, one-third of our leadership team is female, and three of our seven member team are either a minority or women.
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