Creating diverse and inclusive work communities

There can be no equality without diversity and inclusivity. That's why we're dedicated to creating a future where every employee feels seen, heard and valued.

Giving every employee a voice

Workplace makes important information universally accessible so that everybody can lend their voice to company-wide conversations. We do this today in a number of ways.

  • Breaking down language barriers

    Workplace encourages diverse perspectives by translating between 91 languages.

  • Bringing News Feed to life

    We use artificial intelligence to help people with visual impairments experience more of the content in their News Feed.

  • Making video more accessible

    Automatic captioning on Workplace makes it even more accessible for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.

  • Share more about who you are

    We're rolling out the ability to add chosen pronouns and phonetic spelling to profiles to build greater understanding between people from different cultures.

Fighting bias and advancing equality

We know that there's more to do to help companies advance racial equality and fight bias.

Driving measurable change through meaningful action

Workplace is committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive organisation. With the BRiM community (Black Representation in Marketing), we're taking action to drive meaningful change.

Supporting movements for social justice

We're proud to offer Workplace Core for free to many organisations that fight for social justice as part of our Workplace for Good programme, including It Gets Better, Save the Children, Oxfam and United Way.

Embedding D&I in everything we do

We're taking steps to make sure that D&I is baked into our culture and the way we develop products.

Web content accessibility guidelines

We're committed to compliance with WCAG by ensuring that Workplace is accessible to people with disabilities.

Accessible design principles

We have an accessibility testing programme to help ensure that colours, contrast ratios and alt-text for images meet the needs of people with visual impairments.