For-profit social impact
We provide the human element in data innovation while creating positive social and economic change through employment in underserved communities. Our mission is to build an inclusive workforce comprised of motivated individuals from low-income areas and help them develop meaningful careers in the technology industry.
is good for business
We believe that excellence can come from anywhere and that training plus opportunity can turn anyone into a capable digital professional. Our inclusive workforce sourcing and skilling model empowers bright, underprivileged men and women while providing the technology sector with a highly motivated, engaged and scalable workforce.
in the loop
Our workforce is 56% female and 80% come from impact backgrounds. With 95% employee retention and dramatic family income growth, iMerit transforms the fabric of communities and rewrites the social contract.
iMerit’s inclusive workforce is
full-time & in-house
They have access to healthcare and insurance. They can advance their careers, and even get stock options. Many of our employees choose to continue their education while working. They are able to support their families and encourage siblings and friends to seek training, education, and employment.
As technology professionals and valued members of the global economy, they are role models in their community. Their motivation fuels a movement that inspires others to work for iMerit.
Average family income has grown 3 times
post-employment with iMerit
of our employees have financially supported a sibling or family member to pursue their education.
of our employees want to build a professional career at iMerit.
of our employees have invested part of their income into in a new sanitation system at home.
of our employees invest in mutual funds.
From our employees
“This whole area of digitization, I didn’t know it could happen near my home”
“I have completed my studies with my own money”
“Not only do I earn a salary, I also earn respect”
“Before iMerit, I didn’t think I could dream”