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These 10 tech companies are doing the best at diversity, according to Comparably

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It’s been quite a week in tech, with now-former Google engineer James Damore’s controversial post about gender going viral and his subsequent firing. So, right on cue, workplace culture and company review platform Comparably has come out with a ranking of the top 10 tech companies for people of color, as well as the top 10 for women.

Because gender is top of mind for a lot of people right now, let’s first take a look at that. Salesforce is No. 1, with a score of 82, Apple comes in at No. 9 with a score of 78 and Facebook is ranked No. 10 with a score of 77. Here’s the full list for gender:

  • Salesforce (82)
  • Adobe (80)
  • Intuit (80)
  • T-Mobile (79)
  • LinkedIn (79)
  • Accenture (79)
  • PayPal (78)
  • Workday (78)
  • Apple (78)
  • Facebook (77)

Comparably’s gender score is based on how female employees rate their experience at a respective company, while the “diversity” score is based on how employees of color rate their experience at a company. All of the ratings were collected between March 2016 and August 2017. As you may have noticed, Google is not on the top 10 list for gender.

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Now about race. For people of color, VMWare ranks first with a score of 81. Salesforce remains in the top 10 at No. 4 and both Google and Facebook came in with scores of 78. Here’s the full list for race:

  • VMWare (81)
  • Disney (80)
  • LinkedIn (80)
  • Salesforce (79)
  • Intuit (79)
  • Google (78)
  • T-Mobile (78)
  • Dell (78)
  • Facebook (78)
  • Symantec (77)

Comparably has raised more than $12 million, with its most recent round coming in at $7.25 million earlier this year. Since launching in March 2016, Comparably’s goal has been to provide more transparency and opportunity in the workplace.