Innovation happens in an environment where diversity, inclusion, and belonging are celebrated—and that’s Intuit. We believe in a workforce that is as diverse as the communities we serve, and we’re proud to be ahead of the tech industry in the gender diversity of our employees. 32% of our executives are women, and our CEO Sasan Goodarzi has been recognized as one of the Top CEOs for Women and Minorities.
Our Tech Women @ Intuit initiative supports women technologists through programs like Intuit Again, our return-to-work program for women technologists, along with providing valuable opportunities for skill and relationship-building.
To support the health and well-being of our employees, we offer best-in-class benefits, like 12 weeks paid parental leave, 4 weeks paid leave to care for ailing family members, child care benefits, and flexible work hours, just to name a few. Our Well-being for Life Program also reimburses up to $1,000 for expenses related to your physical, emotional and financial well-being.
Our mission is powering prosperity around the world. We build intuitive web, mobile, and cloud solutions that generate more money, more time, and more confidence for approximately 50 million people. Leveraging big data insights, machine learning, and powerful automation, we help consumers, small business owners, and the self-employed achieve their dreams of prosperity.
Whether you work on our product and technology teams or in any role across the globe, you’ll play a part in designing and launching industry-leading products like Mint, TurboTax and QuickBooks in an agile environment with fast moving teams. Learn how your ideas will shape our ecosystem of products and make a giant impact.
Our culture and entrepreneurial spirit have earned us a spot on Fortune’s “Best Companies to Work For” year after year, as well as many other recognitions across the globe. Join us in powering prosperity around the world.
Career Areas: Software Engineering, Product Management, Mobile, UX / User Design, Data, QA, IT, Marketing, Sales, Finance, Tax, and more.
We are committed to equal pay and continue to refine and refocus. The practice of working with an independent, outside company to look for statistically significant differences in employee pay is part of how we operate as a company, and we’ll continue to refine to improve future pay analyses.
As of Aug. 1, 2018:
In the U.S., women earn on average 99.4 cents (compared to $1 last year) for every $1 men earn
In the U.S., minorities earn on average 99.1 cents (compared to 99.7 cents last year) for every $1 whites earn
In India, women earn on average 96.2 cents (compared to 95.5 cents last year) for every $1 men earn
In all other countries, women earn on average $1.01 for every $1 that men ear
We continue to do more to achieve gender equality and increase under-represented minorities in our workforce. Here are five examples of our investments:
Intuit Again returnship program - helps women technologists who have taken a break in their career rejoin the workforce.
Partnerships: Code 2040, MLT, Girls Who Code, Lesbians Who Tech
Employee Networks (Intuit Women’s Network, Intuit Pride Network, Mosaic African Ancestry Network, Intuit Military Network, among a few)
Addressing Unconscious Bias in Hiring (Assessing 4 Awesome Hiring Panels)