We are a tech company that is reinventing logistics and our mission is to connect Brazil. We are for a country where people have greater access. In this spirit, we can say that respecting the needs of different people is part of our reason to exist.
Here at Loggi, we believe that having a diverse and inclusive team helps us recognize all those needs, and leads to more creative, innovative and assertive solutions for the products we want to develop, the problems we need to solve and the company culture we are building.
We also believe that having a diverse team is something organic, as we acknowledge that diversity is the reality in Brazil. Accordingly, adapting to this scenario is part of the construction of our company. This is about history, culture and respect.
As a company, we are committed to giving fair opportunities to all, regardless of their gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, origin, disability, age, religion or any other aspect of people’s looks and backgrounds.
Loggi must be a friendly workplace where everybody feels welcome and safe, whether during a project, a meeting or happy hour.
Being part of Loggi should mean you can be who you are—or want to be—without feeling excluded. Want to join us?
Here at Loggi, we cannot accept any kind of disrespect to the LGBTI+ community, whether based on stereotypes or denying their humanity. We cannot be accomplices to the prejudice that these people suffer every day.
Here at Loggi, we cannot accept that the texture of the hair, cultural habits or religious beliefs be used to embarrass or humiliate black people or deny them rights and opportunities. And we cannot allow the use of racist terms, expressions or stereotypes.
We live in a patriarchal society where men and women are given very different roles in political, economic, social, family and many other contexts. However here at Loggi there cannot be room for gender inequality.
Here at Loggi, we must always be sure to use the appropriate way of dealing with people with disabilities. In other words: as a part of human diversity, they can undertake, and must be included in, every activity in social and professional life.
How we are compared to Brazil
Fonte (Brasil): IBGE, PNAD Contínua 2015
Fonte (Loggi): Dados Convenia Nov/2019