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We strive to create an environment where everyone, everywhere, is excited to come to work, feels a sense of belonging, and can fully contribute their talents in the workplace.
We are expanding leadership diversity from the Board of Directors to senior leadership and to all areas of Autodesk. As a global company, it is critical that our leadership reflects the perspectives of our customers around the world.
We are committed to fostering a sense of belonging at Autodesk by listening deeply, providing education, and implementing programs for our diverse, global employee base.
Our global Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) help make Autodesk a place where everyone can bring their authentic selves to work.
—Lisa Ferliano (she/her), Project Manager
—Jose Bravo, Senior Product Support Specialist
—Elissa Flandro, Principal Customer Success Manager
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We build and strengthen relationships with organizations that focus on the growth and investment of their respective communities. By doing so, we are creating an even more inclusive recruitment process.
EPIC (Empowering Potential, Inclusivity & Connection) is a pre-internship development program for interns hired through our partnership with NACME and HBCU 20x20. The purpose is to create a pipeline of underrepresented talent for Autodesk with a focus on mentorship and success coaching for under represented intern talent.
View Autodesk’s U.S. Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1 here.
Autodesk’s standard employment agreements do not currently include the use of mandatory arbitration provisions.