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INDUSTRY Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
TEAM SIZE 501-1000
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Jennifer Tejada
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Truly cares about employee welfare

1/26/2024 - Manager Business Applications at San Francisco, CA
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PagerDuty is employee-centric and has several policies in place to demonstrate it. You choose your growth path and work towards achieving it. There is also generous paid time off and an entire week at the end of the year for wellness


You can easily get burnt out if you don't pay attention to your well-being due to the fast-paced nature of work. Not a con as such

“PagerDuty’s commitment to inclusion, diversity, and equity remains unwavering. It is a foundation of our organizational values, part of our mission and culture, and embedded into our business strategy. We are more innovative, higher performing, and more successful when we reflect the diverse communities we serve.” -Jennifer Tejada, PagerDuty CEO

The mission of our Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (ID&E) program is to activate the potential of all Dutonians (PagerDuty employees) through systemic and programmatic equity, sustainable community development, and life-altering learning experiences.

Our ID&E commitments begin with representation. In our second annual ID&E report in 2021, we shared the following progress:

  • In 2021, we welcomed PagerDuty’s first Chief Diversity Officer, Roshan Kindred to amplify PagerDuty’s ID&E initiatives
  • We continue to achieve gender pay equity, and in the last year we improved the overall diversity of our people managers (43.5% female, 53.5% male).
  • 40.1% of our global employees are female
  • 8.3% of PagerDuty’s workforce is Black and 5.8% is Hispanic
  • We are partnering with inclusive networking and hiring organizations - Latinas in Tech, Women Who Code, PowerToFly, People of Color in Tech, and Out 4 Undergrad - and prioritizing recruitment from both Historically Black Colleges & Universities, as well as Hispanic Serving Institutions.

A critical component of our connection to each other and our communities are the Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) at PagerDuty. ERGs are self-organized, employee-run, company-funded communities focused on advancing a sense of inclusion and belonging at PagerDuty. Currently we have six ERGs: Array (Black and Latinx), Illuminate (Asian and Pacific Islander), PageAble (visible and invisible disabilities), RainbowDuty (LGBTQIA+), PatriotDuty (military and veterans), and SisterDuty (women, non binary, agendar, and genderqueer). Areas of focus differ by ERG and could include any of the following pillars: career development and professional networking, community building and support, allyship education, and partnerships with recruiting and social impact. and the ID&E team collaborate with our ERGs and Community Responders to activate and inspire employees through a continuous cadence of opportunities throughout the year. In 2021, Dutonians supported 412 causes and 92% of Dutonians participated in our social impact programs.

PagerDuty Awards & Accolades

Best Companies for Women to Advance,, 2023 Fortune Best Workplace for Women 2022, Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE magazine, 2023