Software company ServiceNow puts employees first with its People Pact, which is a commitment to help its employees live their best lives, do their best work, and fulfill the company purpose.
- ServiceNow stresses upskilling, and launched a global career development program in October 2022 known as RiseUp.
- Employees can take advantage of a host of well-being offerings including cooking classes, mental health workshops, fertility resources, adoption assistance, childcare support, and a flexible vacation policy in the U.S.
- Leaders are open to direct communication with channels like Now at Work, where employees can ask leaders questions, build community, and openly discuss topics and issues that are important to them.
- “They regularly have voluntary meetings that talk about a range of subjects involving workplace culture, inclusiveness, and diversity,” one employee said. “Unlike every other place I've worked at, the meetings feel sincere and not like a forced activity to check a box.”
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As of 4/4/23
Santa Clara, Calif.
William R. McDermott
Market Value ($M)
Figures are for fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2022. Market value as of March 17, 2023. Sources: S&P Global; Bloomberg.
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Employees (as of March 2023)
Job openings (as of March 2023)
Employees and job openings are U.S.-only.
BenefitsAs of 7/29/22
100% health coverage
Compressed work weeks
Option to work remotely
Minimum requirement in-office attendance (days per week)
Percentage of health care premiums covered
Mental health coverage
Free mental health sessions (per year)
Free backup childcare time off (days)
Maximum $ amount covered for fertility services
$20,001 to $40,000
Fully paid maternal leave (days)
Fully paid paternal leave (days)
Fully paid adoptive leave (days)
Maternal leave in addition to regular time off (days)
Paid days off for volunteering
DiversityAs of 7/29/22
% Native American/Alaska Native
% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
% Two or more races
% Unknown ethnicity
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