We’re committed to creating a workplace where people can be themselves and everyone matters — every voice, idea and passion. We’re ready to forge ahead understanding that every piece of us we bring to work helps continually transform TU into a better version of itself. Our legacy is just getting started — will you be a part of it?
Pride Month is an important time in the year-round fight for universal equality, and the need for allies has never been clearer. Hear more from TU’s LGBTQ associates and supporters about their commitment to ensuring everyone around the world is seen, heard and included.
We believe people are empowered at work when they can contribute their ideas and talents, share their passions, and learn new things. Read our stories because our stories… may just be yours.
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To continue innovating and growing, we need diverse perspectives – and more of them. Our progress depends on embracing new ideas and viewpoints, which is why we’re passionate about supporting our people, the communities we live in and the next generation. Learn more about how we’re developing tomorrow’s innovators, dreamers and creators; and see how we’re building a workplace where everyone can reach their potential.
In 2019, TransUnion received a 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index. In addition to our score, TransUnion’s legal team has volunteered time and resources to represent transgender clients and underrepresented groups.
Since 2017, we’ve partnered with The Mom Project, an organization that creates flexible work opportunities for women rejoining the workplace after taking time off for their families. We also support working mothers by offering phased return after maternity leave and designated mother’s rooms. More broadly, we support all parents through a Working Parents Group and generous paid parental leave, including 16 weeks for primary caregivers and 4 weeks for secondary caregivers.
Since 2011, we’ve partnered with Genesys Works to provide over 115 underserved high school students with meaningful internship experiences that help them succeed as professionals in the corporate world.
We’ve committed to support The Chicago Network (TCN) Equity Principles Campaign, which aims to have Chicago-area companies work toward achieving gender equity in leadership roles by 2030. But we’re taking it one step further and are committing to equity in leadership across the globe.
We’re working toward adding more people from underrepresented groups, making sure they feel like part of our team, and supporting them in attaining leadership positions. Specifically, we’re committed to:
We recognize there’s more work to be done, and we won’t stop until everyone who walks through our doors each day feels included — and all our people are seen for their authentic selves and celebrated for the contributions they make.
of our global associates are women
of our 2018 promotions globally were women
of our U.S. associates belong to a minority group
of our 2018 new hires in the U.S. belong to a minority group
Learn more about our people and how we’re creating a place where everyone can leave their legacy by downloading our full report.