Tally’s 2021 Diversity Report
Annual demographic breakdown of Tally employees, people managers, leadership team and board of directors.
December 21, 2021
Tally is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture where every Tallizen (Tally employee) feels a sense of belonging. To be effective and keep ourselves accountable, we are once again making our demographic data public.
Our 2021 report is based on the data collected for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) questions and selections that were completed during our new employee onboarding process. The report is a snapshot of Tally’s full-time employees as of December 9, 2021.
We designed this year’s report to compare 2021 against 2020 so that it’s clear where we have improved and where we have more work to do.
Here are the key takeaways:
Tally as a whole is getting closer to gender parity. We hired more women in 2021, which means we’re now split 42% women and 58% men. This is a jump from last year when only 35% of Tallizens identified as women.
On increasing racial and ethnic diversity, Tally needs to do better. The share of non-white employees has decreased to 50% in 2021 from 58% in 2020. We have ambitious hiring goals in 2022, but achieving these goals cannot come at the expense of our commitment to being a diverse and inclusive workplace.