Cultivating an inclusive culture
Prioritizing our team member experiences
Celebrating our progress
Everyone can thrive here
Unleashing your potential
Supporting your best self
Team Member-Led Resource Groups
With over 8,000 members, these groups play a vital role in recognizing diversity, advancing inclusion and fostering well-being within our organization and communities. They support team members who identify as women, Indigenous, individuals of varying abilities, newcomers, Black and LGBTQ2+.
Wayne Hall (he/him)
Manager, CSE Escalation Support & Intelligence and Eagles Team Member
“As an Indigenous team member of Métis heritage, I feel grateful that I work at an organization that makes space for the important discussion around discrimination. I'm also proud to help lead TELUS' commitment to reconciliation with our Indigenous communities and support building a culture of diversity and inclusion.”
Cass Turner (they/them)
Team Manager, Client Care and Co-chair of Spectrum
“Early on, I chose to work at TELUS in part because it respects and supports the LGBTQ2+ community. From Spectrum, our resource group for LGBTQ2+ team members, and our ongoing support for Pride events to raising awareness of important issues and events such as Transgender Day of Visibility, it’s clear that TELUS continues to be a true advocate for LGBTQ2+ inclusion.”
Our commitment to accessibility
Accessibility is a must-have, not a nice-to-have. We are passionate about creating technology that improves accessibility for customers and team members — it’s an integral part of how TELUS develops our solutions and workplace.
Valerie Ajayi (she/her)
2021 TELUS Diversity in Technology Scholarship winner
Taking a stand
PHOTO:MARK WEST PHOTOGRAPHY
In partnership with Indigenous Peoples, TELUS is committed to progressing the path of reconciliation in a deeply meaningful way and is dedicated to fulfilling our role and responsibilities in this regard.
Supporting our communities
Partnering for progress
Through our Supplier Diversity program, we’re building long-standing strategic partnerships with diverse suppliers that reflect our core values and customer base.
We work with certifying associations and provide equal opportunities for culturally diverse, Indigenous, LGBTQ2+, people with disabilities, women-run organizations, small businesses and veterans to bid for our business in competitive processes that foster economic development in Canada and worldwide.