We believe that diversity is a superpower asset to Proposify’s success. It enriches our culture, performance, creativity, expertise, and perspective.
And our team that represents 16 different countries (and counting!), multiple communities, and a wide range of experiences is 100% our secret weapon.
However, we know both as a company and as individuals that we always have further to go, more to learn, and much work to do to understand the role we play in inequality, oppression, and social injustice, and what we can do to eliminate it.
In addition to racism of all forms, Proposify does not support or tolerate sexism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, or bigotry and we’re committed to actively eliminating any form of discrimination or prejudice in our workplace.
The Proposify Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee provides the practice to our preaching by consistently working to:
Educate ourselves, and others, on unconscious and conscious bias.
Foster fairness and inclusivity to create a safe, welcoming environment that celebrates diversity.
Hold ourselves accountable and actively champion outreach to diverse future hires and customers.
Provide ombuds services and individual support.
We’re committed to doing more than just attracting diverse hires and new team members, we’re focused on building a culture that makes people feel welcome, supported, and respected, whoever you are, wherever you come from, whoever you love in your life, whatever your experience, every day.
Explore what roles we currently are trying to fill and get an idea of who already is here on our Careers Page.
Proposify NSCC Award
Established in 2020, this award is about supporting and encouraging Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) students from diverse communities to learn the skills they need to succeed in the tech industry and at digital companies like Proposify. An annual award of $3000 goes to a student in an under-represented group in good academic standing, who aligns with Proposify’s core values, and demonstrates financial need.
As a SaaS company, we know that tech can change people’s lives, but
not everyone, especially those who are often under-represented, such as
Black, indigenous, and people of colour, women, and members of the
LGBTQ+, disabled, or neurodiverse communities, has access to the
training, the equipment, the jobs, or the support that will allow them
to benefit from this access and opportunity, both personally and
professionally. We acknowledge that we can play a role in changing that.
IT Generalist program
“This award will help in a significant way. After purchasing a small home and moving to a single income household with my wife, this is a big relief and will go a long way. This will cover most of my second year tuition. This is great because I will be able to focus more on my schooling and continue to grasp new concepts. Currently, I am able to dedicate a lot of free time to my courses and my current grades are reflective of that. Having my goals in mind, the pace the instructors are moving, and the support of the college in terms of resources and awards - I see myself completing with a strong understanding in this field. I have always been interested in Information Technology and am happy that I am pursuing it now. Especially in the increasing, tech-dependent world we live in.”
2020 Award Winner
IT Programming, Marconi Campus