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Our Inclusion & Diversity journey

We are on a journey to build a more inclusive culture, so all of our people can build amazing careers, to drive positive change in our communities, and to give our customers the best possible experience. Creating a culture of inclusion where everyone feels they belong, where diversity is embraced and where we stand against all acts of hate, racism and discrimination is core to who we are as a company.

Our 5 Year Strategy

Not only is our business strong, but so is our culture. We genuinely care about each other, and we’re committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse workplace at Rogers so all of our team members feel proud to bring their whole selves to work.

In consultation with our employees and external experts, we developed a five-year I&D strategy grounded in three pillars: People, Customer, and Community, part of which was committing to actionable steps to drive meaningful change for equity-seeking communities.

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Our strategy includes four key pathways to action:

Our Inclusion & Diversity groups and councils

As we build an inclusive culture at Rogers together, our Inclusion & Diversity groups and councils help drive inclusion into our everyday. We have employee resource groups and councils that build awareness and a culture of allyship for equity-deserving groups, including groups representing Black People, People of Colour, LGBTQ2S+, Indigenous Peoples, Persons with Disabilities and Women.

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Our Inclusion & Diversity stories

We all bring something different, and we know what makes you different makes us great.

Rogers employee Naadia Ahsan head shot with caption: Happy Pride! Naadia Ashan, Senior Technology Advisor

Naadia shares their journey to self acceptance, and the positive impact of showing up authentically

Naadia is a Senior Technology Advisor at Rogers and joined the team after making a career change from a non-technical field. They attribute their success to the confidence and determination they’ve built by embracing their queer and nonbinary identity.

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Tasneem Razvi and the legacy she wants to leave for her children

We spoke with Tasneem Razvi, Supervisor of TV Sales at Rogers Sports & Media, about her experience living in Western Canada after she emigrated from India, and what her hopes are for her children’s futures.

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Sportsnet employee Scott MacArthur standing outside in front of rainbow Pride sign

How Scott MacArthur overcame the odds to thrive as an openly gay sports broadcaster in Canada

In 2019, Scott became one of Canada’s few openly gay sports broadcasters on Rogers flagship sports brand, Sportsnet.

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Small Changes for Big Impacts: Andrew’s Story

We spoke with Andrew Stewart, IT Operations Desk Technician, who shared how simple accommodations help him be more included and provided insights on how accessibility benefits everyone.

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Rogers employee Nicole McCormick holding feather beside Rogers logo

Nicole McCormick urges action to bring healing and hope for Indigenous peoples

Nicole is a passionate leader within Rogers, generously sharing her personal story and her teachings to help build a more inclusive company, community, and country.

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Rogers employee Terone Harris with child in gym wearing medals from sporting competition

Our Black team members share their stories

We’re shining a light on the reflections of a few of our team members and how they give back to their communities.

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Rogers employee Naadia Ahsan head shot with caption: Happy Pride! Naadia Ashan, Senior Technology Advisor

Naadia shares their journey to self acceptance, and the positive impact of showing up authentically

Naadia is a Senior Technology Advisor at Rogers and joined the team after making a career change from a non-technical field. They attribute their success to the confidence and determination they’ve built by embracing their queer and nonbinary identity.

Learn More
Rogers employee Tasneem Razvi head shot

Tasneem Razvi and the legacy she wants to leave for her children

We spoke with Tasneem Razvi, Supervisor of TV Sales at Rogers Sports & Media, about her experience living in Western Canada after she emigrated from India, and what her hopes are for her children’s futures.

Learn More
Sportsnet employee Scott MacArthur standing outside in front of rainbow Pride sign

How Scott MacArthur overcame the odds to thrive as an openly gay sports broadcaster in Canada

In 2019, Scott became one of Canada’s few openly gay sports broadcasters on Rogers flagship sports brand, Sportsnet.

Learn More
Rogers employee Andrew Stewart head shot

Small Changes for Big Impacts: Andrew’s Story

We spoke with Andrew Stewart, IT Operations Desk Technician, who shared how simple accommodations help him be more included and provided insights on how accessibility benefits everyone.

Learn More
Rogers employee Nicole McCormick holding feather beside Rogers logo

Nicole McCormick urges action to bring healing and hope for Indigenous peoples

Nicole is a passionate leader within Rogers, generously sharing her personal story and her teachings to help build a more inclusive company, community, and country.

Learn More
Rogers employee Terone Harris with child in gym wearing medals from sporting competition

Our Black team members share their stories

We’re shining a light on the reflections of a few of our team members and how they give back to their communities.

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