When we say diversity in the workplace, we mean the idea that our companies reflect the communities we serve. Diversity has many facets including race, ethnicity, gender or gender identity, age, religious affiliation, and sexual orientation. But diversity isn’t always something we can measure or see. Diversity also includes people with differing educational backgrounds, personality types, cultural references, experiences, or physical abilities.

Jigya practices to support a diverse workplace and leverage the effects of diversity to achieve a competitive business advantage. Jigya also believes that when every single person in the community is valued, heard, respected and empowered they feel a true sense of belonging. Our company culture goes beyond tolerance to actually celebrate and elevate every person in the room.