Embracing a

culture of inclusion

at Nextbite.

What does Diversity & Inclusion mean to Nextbite?

According to Vernā Myers, "diversity is being invited to the party, and inclusion is being asked to dance." At Nextbite, we celebrate diversity by creating an inclusive environment where everyone belongs, starting with our deep-rooted culture of embracing everyone's different realm of thought and background to come together to Build Something Better. We see D&I as a way to empower our employees to be their best selves, to build their personal and professional growth rather than just a business measure. By creating a culture that embraces Diversity & Inclusion, we've empowered hundreds of people to not just Be A Catalyst, but also disrupt the virtual restaurant space with leading technology.

“Our ability to be incredible partners to the restaurants we serve can be directly attributed to the talented and diverse team we have built. We will never stop building inclusivity into everything we do, and we know it's not simply a box to check, but a lens through which to look at everything we do, and how we do it. Most importantly, to continue finding opportunities to do better every day.”

Alex CanterChief Executive Officer

What does it mean to our interns?

Our Approach

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Coffee Chats

Our monthly D&I Coffee Chats are hosted to encourage an environment of belonging. We do so by hosting unrecorded events with employee-led discussions on topics such as AAPI awareness, Gender Identity & Expression, and Psychological Safety. Everyone is welcome to join, lead, or contribute however they choose, it’s another way We Win Together.

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Unconscious Bias

Our unconscious bias training is designed to expose employees to their implicit biases, provide tools to alter thought patterns, and ultimately eliminate discriminatory behaviors.

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Resources

We offer multiple resources to employees including internal communication, trainings, and Learning & Development opportunities that encourages conversation and candid dialogue. We also share relevant news sources and media to spark discussion amongst Nextbite employees to connect and share thoughts and ideas on Diversity & Inclusion.

Coffee icon

Coffee Chats

Our monthly D&I Coffee Chats are hosted to encourage an environment of belonging. We do so by hosting unrecorded events with employee-led discussions on topics such as AAPI awareness, Gender Identity & Expression, and Psychological Safety. Everyone is welcome to join, lead, or contribute however they choose, it’s another way We Win Together.

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Unconscious Bias

Our unconscious bias training is designed to expose employees to their implicit biases, provide tools to alter thought patterns, and ultimately eliminate discriminatory behaviors.

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Resources

We offer multiple resources to employees including internal communication, trainings, and Learning & Development opportunities that encourages conversation and candid dialogue. We also share relevant news sources and media to spark discussion amongst Nextbite employees to connect and share thoughts and ideas on Diversity & Inclusion

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Inclusive recruiting practices

Our talent acquisition process reflects Ordermark’s focus on diversity and inclusion. To practice inclusive recruiting, we first start with recruiting for diversity which means to look at the current employee pool and ask ‘who’s not here?’

I always start by widening my candidate search, choosing the right supportive tools, building a diverse talent pool, and having a diverse interviewing panel. Inclusiveness and diversity isn't a one-time event...it gradually evolves by practicing and preaching to your peers alike. As I continue to refine the ongoing process to fit the needs of different biz organizations, I start seeing more diverse applicants and hiring a more inclusive group of talented individuals.

SyedSr. Tech Talent Partner

We are making sure we set up a process that will eliminate unconscious bias and include diversity. Every candidate should be treated the same way, asked the same questions, and have the exact requirements. There should always be a few people interviewing for an opportunity, and we should always be thinking about diversity not only org-wide but team-wide as well.

KimberlySr. Talent Partner

We believe in an inclusive talent strategy to build diverse teams at OM. The Talent Partners are intentional in diverse sourcing talent and have put tools into place to help us target and nurture these relationships, such as Valence. An inclusive hiring experience includes the interview process, so we aim and make our interview panels differ in thought, backgrounds, and expertise.

AmandaSr. Tech Talent Partner

To practice inclusive recruiting, I first start recruiting for diversity, which means looking at the current employee pool and asking ‘who's not here?’ Once you start here, your search needs to consider how all practices and steps in the interview process are equitable by doing things such as asking for personal pronouns in the application, writing job descriptions that are not catered towards men or women explicitly using text reading technology, and asking the same questions to all candidates to ensure everyone has the same experience.

PrestonTalent Partner

I look for a wide range of impact players to join the organization by using great resources that allow us to search and/or network with diverse talent. Inclusive recruitment includes everything from the verbiage in a job description, the diversity of the search, the diversity of the interviewers, and the inclusivity of the process. This is much more than checking off boxes for underrepresented groups, it’s making sure that we provide an equal opportunity for all candidates and fight against any bias.

KiraSr. Tech Talent Partner
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