Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

When it comes to DEI in the workplace, we’re a proud Opportunity Engine for all.

We pride ourselves on building a business that champions diversity, equity, and inclusion.

There’s a reason why there’s so many colors in our star.

It’s because diversity, equity, and inclusion isn’t just a once a year celebration, it’s who we are and what we do every day.


Why? Because people are the core of our organization. And since people come from diverse backgrounds and cultures, we strive to generate opportunities for our team members, associates—and the companies they work for—to reach their full, authentic potential.

We have a big love for what we do, and it shows.

Here’s how we promote DEI principles within our organization:


We’re committed to creating opportunities for individuals of all races, genders, sexual orientations, ethnicities, nationalities, socioeconomic statuses, (dis)abilities, ages, religious beliefs, and political perspectives. We welcome–and advocate for–underrepresented and marginalized populations on our internal teams and at our client locations.


Every decision we make as an organization is designed to ensure impartiality and fairness in our procedures and resource distribution. From placing our Opportunity Centers in underserved communities to our Project Home initiative, which helps eliminate homelessness among our associates, to our PayActiv financial tools, we give it our all to create an even playing field for everyone.


We strive to ensure everyone has a voice and can fully participate in our decision-making processes and development opportunities. Through associate feedback sessions and our open-forum Town Hall meetings to our Next Step U online continuing education programs, we generate opportunities for everyone to question, learn, and grow during their time with us.

We believe our differences make us stronger.

What really matters are the core values of ambition, work ethic, and integrity. Our policy of deliberate inclusion is what guides our culture and allows us to be the best versions of ourselves.

62% of Integrity’s Leadership Team identify as women

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Let’s talk about DEI.

It’s a challenging topic to tackle, but a commitment to diversity can steer companies through strenuous times. In our latest white paper, we’ll show you three easy ways to leverage technology to strengthen your recruitment practices and improve your organization’s diversity.

What does it mean to be 1ntegrity?

That’s easy. It simply means we’re better together. Here’s how we collaborate to build a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion:

Actively Engage

We have the courage to step outside of our comfort zones to have meaningful conversations with one another.

Learn from Others

Listening to and valuing diverse perspectives makes us more well-rounded and strengthens our decision-making process.

Bias Awareness

We work hard to identify and fix gaps in our systems, processes, and behaviors to ensure everyone has the same opportunities and advantages. Our Director of HR shares 3 Ways to Eliminate Bias and Microaggressions in the Workplace.

Cultural Intelligence

Respecting and encouraging the influence of different cultures on our values, behaviors, and actions.

Willingness to Adapt

We’re prepared to change our behavior to foster inclusion of different backgrounds and perspectives.


We fiercely advocate for those different from ourselves and foster a community of acceptance and equality.

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Here at Integrity, we strive to be an opportunity engine for anyone and everyone, from all walks of life around the country.

After all, when it comes to work, personal profiles are irrelevant; what matter most are core values like ambition, work ethic, and integrity. Want to learn more about generating opportunity through inclusion?

We proudly support Diverse-Owned businesses in our communities.

We pride ourselves on partnering with minority-owned enterprises to support our staffing solutions, and have a robust Supplier Diversity Program. If you’re interested in partnering with Integrity to further develop your business, let’s work together.

Diverse organizations outperform competitors by 35%

Source: McKinsey & Company

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Workplace Diversity: It’s Not Just a Good Thing, it’s the Right Thing

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We’re a proud, NGLCC-Certified business.

There’s a place for you here.

Whether you’re looking for a job, want to join our internal team, or a business looking to diversify your workforce, come just as you are—we’re happy to have you.