Splunk's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is critical in fulfilling our vision to deliver clarity, accelerate positive change, strengthen and lift up communities, and create a more just world.
Data illuminates the path to achieve our diversity, equity and inclusion goals so that all Splunkers can feel safe and thrive.
For the third year in a row we have been named one of the Best Workplaces in Technology by Great Place to Work!
Splunk landed a spot on the 2022 list for adapting to the challenges of an ever-changing workplace and our commitment to an inclusive culture.
Read more about Splunk's win here.
Learn more here about Splunk’s culture and career opportunities.
Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) brings data to every question, decision, and action to help #TurnDataIntoDoing. The Splunk platform is designed to empower IT, DevOps, and security teams to transform their organizations with data from any source and on any timescale, powering end-to-end visibility, rapid investigation, and limitless data-driven possibilities.
We know that Splunkers are made up of a million different data points. And we’re committed to cultivating a culture of inclusion and making Splunk a place where everyone can thrive. Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) provide community for underrepresented groups and allies, offering support, mentoring and networking opportunities. We now have nine employee-led ERGs, including Pride, Womxn +, Veterans, Somos (Latinx), Black Employees and Mentors (BEAMs), Disabled=*True, Pilipinx, Natives, and Neurodiversity.
In light of new and unprecedented challenges throughout 2020, we rolled out a number of initiatives for Splunkers aimed at improving their home work environments and helping them through tough times. These included greatly expanded mental health benefits, flexible work schedules, an entirely new category of additional time off, and extra, company-wide holidays. For Splunkers at home with children, we compiled numerous parent resources, including tutoring materials for high school or college-age students, and added both live and on-demand activities such as coding, dance lessons, art classes and scavenger hunts.