Monster is a global company, and wherever we operate, across every part of the business, we target an inclusive culture in which differences are appreciated and valued. We pride ourselves on fostering an environment that recognizes the importance of equality.
We believe that bringing together diverse backgrounds and giving each employee the opportunity to contribute their skills, experience, and perspectives helps develop strong and sustained relationships throughout the organization.
Monster is proud to embrace a diverse workforce. Nearly half our U.S. employees are from one or more underrepresented groups, including, but not limited to, Black, Latino, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American and other Indigenous tribes.
We seek to capture diversity in our candidates, including diversity of gender, race and ethnicity and veteran status. This applies across the organization, including at the senior management level. We also offer many opportunities for employees to take their skills and careers to the next level throughout a host of professional development, leadership, and mentoring programs.
Monster’s EEO-1 report captures data in a manner and in categories prescribed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). For more information and data that reflects Monster’s workforce and further tells the story of who we are as a company, please see our Sustainability Report.