From Comparably to Glassdoor – Intuit Scores with Millennials and More!

Company Values, Powering Prosperity Three diverse friends enjoying a funny cell phone video.

This summer, we’re not only celebrating Pride, but our incredible employees and management who helped us win all five Comparably 2018 National Leadership Awards and rank on Indeed’s Top-Rated Workplaces by Millennials.

Every year, Comparably publishes a list of annual Best CEO and company awards, based on anonymous employee ratings, that highlights industry leaders who are driving positive culture changes. Thanks to our incredible employees and diversity and inclusion efforts, Intuit ranked:

“I love working at a company where we live by our values. Leadership all the way from our CEO Brad Smith, down, exhibit our values in everything we do — and it inspires me everyday.”
                           — An Intuit senior program manager in San Diego

Additionally, our CEO, Brad Smith was included in Glassdoor’s most popular CEOs of 2018.

We recognize the importance and responsibility of diversity and inclusion in the workplace – 75% of Generation Z and millennials look specifically for inclusion and diversity as they enter the workforce and decide where to begin their careers. This year, Intuit ranked on Indeed’s 25 Top-Rated Workplaces: Best by Millennials for providing growth opportunities, our diversity and inclusion efforts, supporting supports flexibility, prioritizing wellness, and other benefits like tuition reimbursement.

“Powering prosperity” is not just a phrase. It’s what drives us to come to work each day and makes the Intuit experience truly inspiring. Thank you again to all of our dedicated employees!

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