I want HubSpot to be a company my grandkids will be proud of, and success to me means making our company as diverse and inclusive as possible. IWD is a critical day, but equally as important is the commitment we make day in and day out to make HubSpot a destination for women to accelerate their careers.
At HubSpot, we're a growth company. We have helped to grow our customers, we have helped them to grow their customers, and we have helped to grow our people. I am proud to say that, as a working mother, being part of the HubSpot team has enabled me to be both a good parent and to grow my career. Our flexible working practices, peer and manager support, and vacation and family leave policies are what make HubSpot an incredible company to work for.
If we want women and girls to achieve at the highest level and continue to shatter glass ceilings, they need female role models at the highest level. Join us at HubSpot for a discussion on how to increase female leadership at the very top.Register
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How will you #BeBoldForChange and take action to help accelerate gender parity?
On ThinkGrowth.org (HubSpot's Medium publication), we're starting a conversation about how companies and individuals can #BeBoldforChange when it comes to creating family-friendly workplaces and navigating family policy.