Google supports RAHM! 

We know our best work will come when our workforce reflects the world around us. We’re addressing the lack of representation across the company through our talent engagement and community outreach efforts.

Here’s how we’re creating a more inclusive Google

To build a more equitable Google, we’ve been working to eliminate bias in our systems and people processes.


Of Googlers have taken steps to understand and address their unconscious bias as of April 23, 2018.


Since 2015, more than 2,000 Googlers from 102 offices in 45 countries have driven more than 220 projects as part of Diversity Core, a formal program in which employees contribute to the company’s diversity efforts (As of April 10, 2018).


Statistically significant pay differences between Googlers.

Support grassroots employee communities

At Google there are currently 13 Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) with more than 250+ chapters globally, which allow Googlers to connect with a network of people who share their values of supporting diversity. Google ERGs reach and connect over 16,000+ Googlers across the globe.

Creating a supportive, inclusive Google for LGBT employees – Gayglers

The Gayglers is comprised of LGBT Googlers and their allies. The group not only leads the way in celebrating Pride around the world, but also informs programs and policies, so that Google remains a workplace that works for everyone.

Google is hosting the 5th edition of RAHM | The Global LGBT+ Leadership Contest 2019 in Dublin on June 28.

Learn more about the Contest, take participation, become a partner and get connected to the talent pool of LGBT+ leaders!