You belong at Citrix

Citrix is creating a better way to work through the power of human difference, empowered by authentic connections, and enabled by people-centered technologies.

Our diverse workforce spans multiple generations, speaks more than 35 languages, and lives and operates in more than 40 countries.

Over the past year, we focused on enhancing our Diversity and Inclusion program and tailoring it to Citrix: our people, our values and our culture. We have worked hand-in-hand with our employees to create a program that shows our commitment to making Citrix a stand-out environment.

Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are self-organized, Citrix sponsored groups, focused on cultivating a sense of belonging and inclusion at Citrix. Each ERG supports an underrepresented group of employees to build community for members, educate allies, and attract and retain diverse talent.

Black Professional Network (BPN)
BPN fosters an environment that attracts, promotes, and retains employees of African descent, including providing opportunities for professional growth. The group aims to empower members to have a positive impact on business results and Citrix’s strategic initiatives.  

Women’s Inspirational Network (WIN)
WIN provides opportunities for women at Citrix to connect, educate, inspire and empower one another to enhance business and personal success. WIN offers leadership development, technology education, networking and mentoring opportunities for women at all levels of their careers.

Pride Alliance
The Pride Alliance champions LGBTQ+ employees and their family and friends by providing support, enhancing career development and contributing to the personal growth of the work environment.

Latino Professional Network (LPN)
LPN promotes awareness on Latino issues and fostering a sense of community and belonging at Citrix.

Military Veterans
Our Military Veterans group supports military veterans and military families at Citrix globally. The group assists current members of the military succeed in technology careers following their military service. Citrix also supports the USO and the Wounded Warrior Project.

Foster Family and Adoption
Foster Family and Adoption support employees who are in the process of adopting or considering adoption. The group provides an open and supportive atmosphere for any questions about the process, navigating the system and a platform to share experiences.

Compensation and benefits
Citrix meets the needs of our diverse and global workforce by providing fair and competitive benefits. We believe it’s important to be consistent in how employees are rewarded. We have differences in our programs to meet competitive needs and comply with local customs and laws, and provide offerings that reflect local market practices.

Promoting work-life harmony
Citrix is continuously thinking in new ways about the relationship between work and our personal lives. The conversation used to be about work-life balance, where we would sacrifice either work or life (or both) to find that balance – it never really worked. The future of work is about work-life harmony. Picture this as an orchestra: all the different elements of our lives represent a different instrument and we are the conductors of our lives, creating a melody that works.

Growing families
All new parents at Citrix, regardless of gender, are offered 18 weeks of 100% paid leave to take care of a newborn or newly adopted child. Citrix supports all families during this important and exciting time.

Gender transition
Citrix appreciates that every employee is unique and that each employee’s journey may be different. Employees who are considering or have decided to make a gender transition receive a support team to offer coaching and guidance. We have resources in place to empower the transitioning employee and their manager, teammates and colleagues.

Military leave
All active U.S. military employees are eligible to request a Military Leave of Absence where they will receive full pay for up to 30 days and then, 5 months of the difference between current pay less military pay. The employee is also able to continue group health benefits at the same level of coverage up to 24 months.

The Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIB) Council provides executive-level support for sourcing and recruiting underrepresented minorities by mitigating bias in the hiring process, fostering inclusion, and supporting the ERGs.

Members of the DIB Council include Citrix vice presidents with cross-functional and cross-geography representation and executive sponsors from Citrix ERG programs. Each member offers insight on reports and trends from their function, geo, or ERG to determine focus areas, develop programs, and measure impacts for the business. Executive sponsors commit to being a voice for DIB, champion DIB, and drive engagement. Sponsors are held accountable to be engaged, and to serve as a role model by setting an example at Citrix to experiment, learn, and grow together.

Creating an impact across the globe

Inclusive virtual work environments

This interactive course explains everything you need to know about Workplace Experience (WX) in less than five minutes.

Girls Who Code

Citrix is a proud sponsor of the program and checked in with three students who participated in our summer immersion program with Girls Who Code.

Women In Tech

Renee Flores, Director of IT Experience & Engagement at Citrix, talks about the importance of women in technology, about having a seat at the table and bringing new perspectives.

How are we doing?

Expanding our zone of inclusion: Supplier Diversity Program

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