Last year we set the goal to increase the number of women technologists in our organization and we're proud to share that we achieved our goal of having women make up 30% of our technology organization. Read more about our journey to creating more opportunities for women at Intuit.
Learn how to get a job on TikTok and Instagram. Narcity chatted with Emily Durham, a senior recruiter at Intuit Canada, who uses social media to search for talent and share about her work life. Find out her tips and tricks about hunting for work on social media that you need to know about.
Women are still largely underrepresented in STEM, but Intuit is working to change that. Senior Software Engineer Kylie Taitano shares how she deals with imposter syndrome and how programs like Tech Women at Intuit has supported her career development.
Working in analytics was never part of Hannah Gonzalez’s career plan. Today, she’s a manager in data and analytics, overseeing a team that works on the company’s Mint app. Here, Gonzalez shares how Intuit helps employees learn and grow, why virtual happy hours have helped cultivate a community of women on the analytics team, and the best career advice she’s ever received.
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With the goal of inspiring others, Intuit Software Engineer Gil Aguilar shares how ADHD and autism didn't stop him from pursuing and getting his dream job.
The tech world is at the apex of innovation — it’s constantly evolving, ushering in cutting-edge inventions, and optimizing our everyday lives. Much of that innovation is happening at Intuit, the global technology platform that has developed software like TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma, and Mint. Lately, Intuit has been embracing one of the quickest-growing areas in programming: open source.
Intuit ranks #11 on Fortune's 2021 Best Companies to Work For! Learn more about what makes Intuit a great place to work. The global financial platform company—celebrating its 20th year on our list—looked out for employees during the pandemic: It funded the retirement plan with restricted stock units and bonuses at 100%, and continued to pay the salaries of frontline workers who staff and maintain facilities even when they were closed. Intuit also gave every employee eight days off to simply “recharge.” The company saw its stock surge ahead this year, nearly doubling from pandemic lows.
At the recent #IntuitProsperityAccelerator Demo Day, Co-founder Scott Cook outlined 5 tips to kickstart innovation through uncertain times.
Intuit TurboTax Live Expert Diana Castro shares insights on growing your career as a tax professional.