Bring your whole self to work. And to your next interview

We know great people come in many shapes, sizes, colors, come from diverse backgrounds, and all have story to call their very own. When you hire these diverse folks on your team you bring diverse perspectives that enable innovation. We’re dedicated to helping companies build these diverse and inclusive dream teams — and we’re building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace ourselves that reflects and empowers the world we’re building for.

We are Clovers.

A people-first organization

We want Clovers to be a place where diversity truly thrives. And that begins with our people. We aspire to be a known employer for diverse talent, and who fosters an inclusive culture where differences translate to innovation. See how our mission of inclusion and diversity is reflected in our product.

“We want to make sure that everyone is heard and can make a difference.”

Doug Leonard, CEO CLOVERS

We’re weaving inclusion into our culture

Talk openly and constantly

We regularly discuss our commitment in website branding, inclusive job descriptions, during the interview process, in all-hands meetings, during onboarding, and more.

Collect—and act on—feedback

We work to get employees involved through employee surveys and show their feedback is heard and feel their opinions are valued.

Customers & Candidates first

Our strategy is driven by a people first approach. We create personal connection and listen to customers, candidates.

DEI education budget

We sponsor employees to attend DEI conferences, and offer training and coaching to help employees recognize biases.

Diversity in hiring practices

We use diverse job boards, partner with historically black colleges, incentivize diverse employee referrals, and interview training.

Accessibility- Minded

We strive to create thoughtful technology, so that everyone feels empowered, regardless of how they access technology.

People representation

Company gender data

55%

Males

40%

Females
Gender on executive team

40%

Males

60%

Females
Ethnicity data

63%

White or European

10%

Hispanic or Latinx

10%

Black or African American

10%

Other

7%

Decline to self identify
Caregiver status

45%

Caregiver to child(ren) or adult(s)

48%

No

7%

Decline to self identify
LGBTQ+

10%

Yes

85%

No

5%

Decline to self identify
Disabilities

7%

Yes

88%

No

5%

Decline to self identify
Age data

10%

18-24

30%

25-34

35%

35-44

17%

45-54

4%

55-64
A few important things to note: All data was gathered in November 2021, we recognize that our current data is limited in that gender is presented as a binary, we know that gender identity isn’t binary and will explore how to better reflect this moving forward, and due to rounding, some figures don’t total 100%.

Learn more about our story and our goal of creating great teams.

Who we are