Diversity & Inclusion
Fortinet stands with communities around the world calling for equality, inclusion, fairness, and freedom for all people.
We see information security as a dynamic and growing industry that presents unique positive career opportunities for underrepresented groups. We are committed to actively fostering careers for members of those groups and providing a fair, inclusive and safe work environment for all of our employees.
- Our commitment to diversity:
- We take a holistic approach in reviewing our recruiting process and hiring practices to mitigate bias. We are implementing unconscious bias training across the organization, starting with our managers;
- We evaluate our hiring process to consider underrepresented qualified candidates for our open positions;
- We proactively engage in university recruiting year-round and connect with underrepresented student groups to enrich, network, and offer opportunities at Fortinet.
- Our commitment to inclusion:
- At Fortinet, we believe in bringing your authentic self to work each day and our Employee Resource Groups and meetups are just some examples of our inclusive culture;
- We focus on a workplace that supports our employees both professionally and personally so they can be their best at work.
Board of Directors Diversity
We lead from the top on diversity. Our Board is more diverse than most of our peers’ Boards. It is comprised of 38% female directors, and 75% of our current directors are diverse.
Fair Pay and Benefits
Fortinet offers fair and competitive salaries and benefit plans around the world, and actively works to ensure that our pay practices remain attractive and fair to all employees. Fortinet health benefits, retirement plans, and/or allowances are customized to meet the unique needs of our employees in a variety of countries around the world.
Fortinet requires that all of its employees and suppliers comply with all applicable laws and regulations for all work they perform with the company.
Our suppliers must observe and comply with international principles relating to human rights, including but not limited to the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015. Violations of local minimum wage and maximum working hour requirements are unacceptable, as are forced labor scenarios and labor contracts that impose unreasonable legal or practical limitations on the workers’ ability to leave their employment. Child labor is not to be used. Finally, suppliers must never discriminate illegally based on race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability, union membership, marital status, or political affiliation.
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