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Diversity

Diverse teams build better products — period. At GoDaddy, we make apps and services that our worldwide community of entrepreneurs can relate to. Our people and culture reflect and celebrate that sense of inclusion in ideas and perspectives.

Employees sitting at a table

Through a variety of internal and external efforts, we strive for inclusion and equality for all our employees.

  • Active transparency

    We’re among the first companies to announce and publish our pay parity results and have achieved both gender and ethnic pay parity in nearly all areas of our business.

  • Best practices, high profile

    We’ve shared our best practices at the White House to help other companies strive for equal pay.

  • Confronting unconscious bias

    We partnered with Stanford to reduce unconscious bias in our people processes, including performance reviews and promotions.

  • Best place to work

    We’ve received awards as a top place for women to work, as well as a Best Place to Work for the LGBTQA+ community.

  • Community accolades

    We achieved a 100% Human Rights Campaign/Corporate Equality Index score, reflecting our focus on developing a culture that embraces the differences among us and champions people for who they are.

  • And not to mention…

    We’re only getting started.

Moving forward every day.

  • At GoDaddy, we want a team as diverse as our customers because we believe diverse teams build better products and make a better place for all of us to work. In our pursuit to build an inclusive workforce, we know we need to hold ourselves publicly accountable. To that end we began to publish our diversity and salary data six years ago and have committed to sharing it yearly to show our steps forward, as well as where we still need improvement. Like any objective, it’s an ongoing process, but we are making steady progress.

  • Ultimately, the best way to determine where we need more work sits within the data. The raw numbers we’ve collected over our six years of reporting show us where we can improve and where we’ve met or exceeded our goals. By following the data, we can hold ourselves accountable, as well as institute practices to ensure that we do better in the future.

2020 Salary Data - Global Gender

For every dollar a man makes at GoDaddy, a woman makes*

Women's Salary

Company
$1.00
Leadership
$0.95
Tech
$1.01
Non Tech
$1.00
  • 0.80
  • 0.85
  • 0.90
  • 0.95
  • 1.00
  • 1.05
  • 1.10
  • 1.15
  • 1.20

*For confidentiality reasons, rates of pay for less than 5
employees are not displayed

Salary Data - U.S. Ethnicity

For every dollar in the U.S. a non-minority makes, a minority makes*

Ethnic Minority Salary

Ethnic Majority Salary

Company
$1.01
Leadership
$0.95
Tech
$1.02
Non Tech
$1.00
  • 0.80
  • 0.85
  • 0.90
  • 0.95
  • 1.00
  • 1.05
  • 1.10
  • 1.15
  • 1.20

Ethnic Minority Salary

Ethnic Majority Salary

Company
$1.03
Leadership
$1.09
Tech
$1.07
Non Tech
$0.99
  • 0.80
  • 0.85
  • 0.90
  • 0.95
  • 1.00
  • 1.05
  • 1.10
  • 1.15
  • 1.20

Ethnic Minority Salary

Ethnic Majority Salary

Company
$1.02
Leadership
$1.04
Tech
$1.05
Non Tech
$0.99
  • 0.80
  • 0.85
  • 0.90
  • 0.95
  • 1.00
  • 1.05
  • 1.10
  • 1.15
  • 1.20

Ethnic Minority Salary

Ethnic Majority Salary

Company
$1.02
Leadership
$1.07
Tech
$1.06
Non Tech
$0.99
  • 0.80
  • 0.85
  • 0.90
  • 0.95
  • 1.00
  • 1.05
  • 1.10
  • 1.15
  • 1.20

*For confidentiality reasons, rates of pay for less than 5
employees are not displayed

Global Gender Diversity

In 2020, women represent 30% of GoDaddy’s global workforce. That's up 1% from 2019.

Female Population
30% Company
  • Female Population
19% Tech
  • Female Population
36% Non Tech
  • Female Population
33% Leaders
  • Female Population
29% Company
  • Female Population
17% Tech
  • Female Population
36% Non Tech
  • Female Population
32% Leaders
  • Female Population
29% Company
  • Female Population
19% Tech
  • Female Population
35% Non Tech
  • Female Population
33% Leaders
  • Female Population
26% Company
  • Female Population
19% Tech
  • Female Population
31% Non Tech
  • Female Population
26% Leaders
  • Female Population

U.S. Ethnic Diversity

Across GoDaddy’s U.S. team, 34% of all employees are ethnic minorities.

Minority Population
34% Company
  • Minority Population
36% Tech
  • Minority Population
32% Non Tech
  • Minority Population
24% Leaders
  • Minority Population
33% Company
  • Minority Population
35% Tech
  • Minority Population
33% Non Tech
  • Minority Population
22% Leaders
  • Minority Population
32% Company
  • Minority Population
34% Tech
  • Minority Population
30% Non Tech
  • Minority Population
23% Leaders
  • Minority Population
32% Company
  • Minority Population
31% Tech
  • Minority Population
32% Non Tech
  • Minority Population
24% Leaders
  • Minority Population

Dynamic forums to connect, communicate and act.

Our GoDaddy Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-led groups that help employees engage in leadership and development programs and give back to the community. ERGs facilitate allyship by being open to those that identify with the group as well as the individuals that support them. We make conscious efforts to enable our employees to support one another in the workplace through celebrations such as Spirit Day, partnership and collaboration between ERGs.

Abilities in Tech

GoDaddy Abilities supports our employees and their families with special needs. This group is driven to create an inclusive future and welcome new ideas that promote diversity. GoDaddy Abilities’ goal is to change “challenge” into "success” and spark positive conversation around special needs to create an environment of understanding. Additionally, it helps folks connect to the resources they need to thrive.

Asians in Tech

Seeking to establish a dynamic presence in the Asian American community, GD Asians participates in conversations that empower the Asian American culture and instill the positive impact and presence we have at GoDaddy. Its goal is to promote GoDaddy as a multicultural organization by further attracting other Asian Americans to our diverse, fun and engaging environment.

Black in Tech

Aiming to assist in recruiting, hiring and advancement, GDBIT is preparing the community, both internal and external, young and experienced, with additional knowledge and skills needed for a successful career. GDBIT provides employees with continued career development through a diverse speaker series, ever-increasing network of employees and a shared desire for inclusion.

Entrepreneurs in Tech

The mission of Entrepreneurs in Tech is to create a shared space for employees who have a side hustle to learn from one another, access resources and get the needed support for working full time and running their own business.

New Graduates

Created for those new in their career, GD Grad helps new employees right out of school learn the corporate ropes and fully engage in our vibrant and active community. Get the most out of your experience at GoDaddy, and play a part in making an inclusive and encouraging workplace environment.

Fitness in Tech

GDFIT brings GoDaddy employees together to promote a healthy mindset and lifestyle through energizing movement, motivational wisdom, teamwork and determination. It sponsors events in many areas, including team sports, running, yoga, hiking, meditation and healthy eating. By creating opportunities to get active and get informed, GDFIT fosters a supportive and health-inspired culture.

LatinX in Tech

GoDaddy LatinX in Technology (GDLIT) focuses on facilitating career path avenues and advancement for employees while building awareness of LatinX initiatives and contributing to the broader discussion around diversity. The group promotes GoDaddy as a multicultural organization and further attract LatinXs to work in a culturally diverse environment. Additionally, it provides personal and professional development through peer mentoring, volunteerism and community involvement.

United (LGBTQ+)

Designed to ensure that within the walls of our company, everyone is able to be themself, feels safe and is informed with regard to issues relating to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities, GD UNITED identifies opportunities for GoDaddy to engage LGBTQ consumers and recruit LGBTQ employees. We provide internal education, community partnership, rainbow roadshows and guest speakers.

Veterans in Tech

A welcoming, vibrant community of those with the shared experience and values of military service, GDVET promotes career development and continued skill development of veterans at GoDaddy, particularly in technology, engineering and general business disciplines. GDVET proudly brings mentorship programs, buddy systems and a quarterly speaker series to support those who have served and their allies.

Women in Tech

Set on closing the gender gap, GDWIT amplifies the ongoing conversation among employees regarding issues of interest to women in the workplace and provides new opportunities to create impact for women and girls in our local communities. GDWIT hosts a robust speaker series, networking events and community activism, while also strengthening our recruiting pipeline.

GoDaddy Green

By raising awareness and educating employees about environmental issues, we aim to inspire employees to make more sustainable decisions.

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