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Code of Conduct

NVIDIA is a global corporation with a talented and passionate workforce comprising people from all walks of life. We are a creative and innovative company and the diverse backgrounds and experiences of our employees are among our greatest corporate strengths. Creativity and innovation flourish in environments of openness and mutual respect. Excluding or limiting a person because of some arbitrary factor would only limit our corporate potential and make us more vulnerable to our competition.

At NVIDIA, we treat each individual fairly. We do not tolerate discrimination against any individual on the basis of any non-performance-related characteristic. These characteristics include race, religion, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, citizenship status, disability, and other protected characteristics. We do not consider these factors when making decisions regarding recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, training, termination, promotions, or any other condition of employment or career development. This policy of non-discrimination is not limited to employees and potential employees, but extends to how we treat our partners, investors, customers, and fellow community members as well.

Employee Groups

At NVIDIA we don’t just work hard, we play hard. We have over 30 groups that support the diverse interests of employees. NVIDIA promotes the formation of employee groups in order to foster an environment that allows for team-building and social interaction amongst peers.


Women in Technology (WIT)

NVIDIA Women in Technology (WIT) provides a forum for women who desire to expand their base of knowledge related to NVIDIA and the technology ecosystem.

WIT-sponsored events will be designed to help these employees, both technical and non-technical, develop their understanding of how NVIDIA operates externally and internally and to enhance their ability to contribute to NVIDIA becoming one of the world’s most important and influential technology companies.

Recently NVIDIA WIT expanded internationally with the sponsorship of the Women in Animation India series, created by several India-based animation and visual effects companies. NVIDIA Pune site leader Jaya Panvalkar has been a featured speaker.

Launched in 2007, NV WIT has featured speakers such as Denise Shiffman (author, Age of Engage) and Debora Shoquist, NVIDIA’s Senior Vice President of Operations.



 
 
 
 
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