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Working Remotely at Yelp

Originally posted by yelp.com in 2021.

You may have questions regarding remote onboarding, work and culture at Yelp. We compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions and answers to help. If you have other questions, please reach out to your recruiter for further clarification.

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Fostering Inclusion & Belonging within Yelp Engineering

Reposted from yelp.com, written by Ian Fijolek Director, Productivity Engineering, Tenzin Kunsal, Senior Events & Partnerships Specialist and Trisha Walsh, VP, Information Technology, originally posted on Jul 29, 2021

Recruiting, hiring, and onboarding new employees in Engineering at Yelp is a multi-team, cross-functional effort as we have laid out in our Career Series blog posts. But once people are here, how do we retain them? While career advancement, technical leadership, and pay equity are all important components to building a happy engineering team, we believe fostering inclusion and belonging is also a fundamental component in supporting, and thus retaining, people. While this is an area that’s received a lot of recent attention in the tech industry, we’ve prioritized inclusion and belonging for many years because we want all of our colleagues to feel like an integral part of our team and share their unique perspectives.

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Nike Inc

Nike Community Impact Fund: Employee-led grants supporting local organizations that get kids moving

We know kids do better when they have access to sport, and the 2022 Nike Community Impact Fund (NCIF) is ready to help make that happen in the communities where our employees live, work and play.

Since 2009, NCIF has awarded $10 million through 1,000+ grants to grassroots nonprofits that help create active communities and get kids moving. This year, we’ll keep the momentum going with $1.5 million in grants to support local programs in 14 key cities and employee backyards across the U.S., Europe and Asia.

What makes the program so special: We invite our employees to share their local insights and play a leading role in choosing the grantees — because no one knows what their neighborhood needs more than the people who live there.

“The opportunity to give back to our community was super exciting and rewarding,” says Nike Watts Community Store Head Coach Paola De La Cruz, who helped determine last year’s NCIF grantees for her neighborhood. “As a team, we selected local organizations such as East Side Riders, Watts Skills Academy, and Sisters of Watts, and we’ve seen those funds go to work, allowing our partners to purchase backpacks, school clothes and sports equipment for kids in our neighborhoods.”

An organization in your neighborhood can be part of that positive impact too. Applications are open now for eligible nonprofits, community organizations and schools at purpose.nike.com/ncif.

“Nominate those that need the help, those that are close to your heart,” encourages De La Cruz. “These grants go straight into the community, and it is so important that we do our part to make play possible for more kids.”

Nike Inc

Forbes ranks NIKE, Inc. as one of the World’s Top Female-Friendly Companies

Originally posted by NIKE, Inc. on December 9, 2021.

Empowered voices are the power of Nike. We are proud to announce that NIKE, Inc. has been recognized by Forbes and market research company Statista as one of the world’s Top Female-Friendly Companies.

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