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.”
Chris Mraz (he/him)
Manager, Independent Channel
“I've had the privilege of being a TELUS team member since 2015 during which I've consistently felt safe as a transgender individual. More importantly, TELUS has provided me a space to be a LGBTQ2+ community advocate with active support from my peers and leaders. The vocal support from our collective leadership fills me with pride and comfort knowing that TELUS is a place where both myself and members of my community can thrive.”
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.
Fawziyah Ibrahim (she/her)
2023 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
Supplier Diversity Program
We offer culturally diverse suppliers, including 2SLGBTQ+, people with disabilities, minority-owned businesses and women-run organizations, opportunities to competitively bid for our business.
Informed by the TELUS Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan (IRAP), we offer Indigenous suppliers opportunities to expand their networks and contribute to their local economies by showcasing their unique products and services.