At CommonBond Communities, we believe that people are our greatest assets and critical to our success. And because we value all individuals and the varied, complex, and rich identities they bring to the organization, we define diversity broadly to include all of the characteristics that make each person unique. This includes, but is not limited to age, gender, race, class, ethnicity, culture, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability, marital status, economic background, and life experience.
To promote a rich and diverse workplace, CommonBond:
devotes substantial effort to recruiting, hiring, and training a diverse workforce,
leverages the strengths and contributions of different perspectives in our decision making,
promotes diversity sensitivity and intercultural competency,
encourages frank and constructive conversations about matters of social importance,
expects all employees to play an active role in living out the mission, vision, values and,
fosters a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone.
Acknowledging that society has created systems that provide advantages for certain groups and not others, we strive to find ways to discover and change systems that impact marginalized, underrepresented, or disadvantaged groups in unintended ways. We respect and serve our employees and residents best by making a culture of diversity and inclusion a priority at CommonBond Communities.