The Proof is in Our People
As an equal opportunity employer, Everise workforce consists of more than 1% People-with-disabilities.
Our efforts to improve gender diversity have paid off – Everise is powered by women, with 45% in leadership positions.
We are proud to gain from the wisdom and experience of our mature-aged population.
Our Diverse Diversity Programs
E-Talks was launched as a touring forum by Everise’s Chief People Officer, to create an open and safe forum for employees to discuss how we can improve working conditions for all staff.
Elevate Your Style
Behind every amazing customer experience is a unique person. As a company that celebrates all forms of diversity, Everise believes that for you to perform at your best, you need to be yourself. That’s why we threw out the traditional dress code and instead encourage our people to reinvent themselves and how they work through what they wear.
Global Exchange Program
The Global Exchange Program was introduced to increase cultural exchange between our 15 global locations. Curated job openings are open for tenured employees who are given the opportunity to move to another location, while documenting their experience.
Hear Some of Their Stories
As a global customer experience company, forming a diverse and globally connected workforce has always been our goal at Everise. In a fast-paced world, social and technological changes will continue to disrupt different industries, and with the complex situation of today’s work environment, tapping into the potential of our people becomes even more critical. Organizations around the globe need to evolve their business to address the challenges of an increasingly demanding work landscape.
At Everise, we believe that embracing a progressive and inclusive company culture is the key to our success. Our purpose-led values of being people-first, celebrating diversity, and incubating innovation helped us to create our own culture - one that promotes inclusion and growth for our entire organization.
Global CX companies are expected to have customers of varying races, religions, and cultural characteristics. This makes it challenging to maintain positive multicultural interactions while delivering quality customer experiences. In a cross-industry employee survey conducted by PwC, 76% of the respondents claimed that diversity is a stated value or priority area for their organization. But to what extent does diversity affect customer experiences?
It’s safe to say that 2020 has been an extraordinary year for people around the world. The pandemic served as a catalyst of change for people and businesses alike. It brought challenges that transformed the world around us, and in doing so it strengthened our resolve to be an organization that puts people first, incubates innovation, and celebrates diversity.