Why Be one of a Kind

Your uniqueness is at the heart of every step we take

The world needs more people like you to create impactful change and serve as inspiration to future generations. Your unique story, skills, imperfections, passions, hopes, and everything that makes you human, make YOU one of a kind. At Globant we’re taking steps towards ensuring everyone, especially people who are often overlooked, feels welcome, seen and supported. In the meantime, you just need to be you and share it with the world!

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Disability and inclusion: an open door to a stronger organization

Including more persons with disabilities in the labor market provides both opportunities for professional development and for human growth.

“The first step is to be hired without any problem, that the employer is not afraid of doing that because you will not be a burden, but you have a contribution to make”.

David De Juan Calvo (Globant Spain)

“There are no doubts that persons with disabilities contribute to the workforce; they contribute diversity, knowledge. You create work teams that are more diverse, open and respectful of that diversity”.

Daniela Aza (Communicator)

More than 80% of persons with disabilities of working age in developing countries are unemployed. In industrialized countries the figure reaches up to 70%.


15% of the world’s population live with disabilities. They are the world’s largest minority.


Gender and Sexuality

LGTBQ + voices: how to generate more inclusive work spaces

LGTBQ + people face various challenges in the labor market. Three representatives of the collective share their stories and advice to generate greater inclusion.

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Tips for creating more inclusive workspaces by the Globant LGBTQ+ community:


Visibilize and naturalize. Understand that there are different ways of seeing the world, of living life and that all of them are valid.


Create community. Create a space of containment for LGBTQ+ people and for those who want to be allies.


Use neutral terms and pronouns. Avoid addressing people in your work team assuming their sexual orientation or gender identity.


It starts with you! Make sure to foster tolerance and respect for diversity in order to create an inclusive space with your work team.


Implement inclusive policies. Make sure that the company’s diversity policies or Codes of Ethics include the LGBTQ+ community.


Make a public commitment towards the LGBTQ+ community. Try to have representation at corporate events and hiring policies towards the LGBTQ+ community.

Source: Globant LGBTQ+ Community

Culture and Ethnicity

For more diversity in the world of technology

Organizations such as NACME and Black Girls Code seek to empower communities of color and drive more diversity in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


of black workers in tech say they have suffered from racial discrimination at work.



of black workers in tech earn less than coworkers doing the same job.



of jobs in tech are held by black women, and only 2% by latino women.


Social and economic background

Immigration as a driver of economic growth

A variety of studies indicate that immigration has a positive economic impact. How can countries and companies empower migrants while generating more growth?

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“If the right channels are created to be able to insert immigrants, it is a win-win for everyone: society becomes more multicultural and ends up benefiting economically”.

Aída Chávez (Co-CEO of Hola Code)

“A company that works with migrants is nourished by a diversity of thoughts and perspectives that lead to better results and unexpected solutions”.

José Torrens (Globant Colombia)


international migrants in the world in 2020, 3.6% of the global population.

Source: ONU


billion dollars in remittances sent by immigrants to their families in 2019.

Source: ONU

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Migrants contribute more in taxes and social contributions than they receive in individual benefits

Source: OCDE


Is the average contribution of migrants to the gross domestic product of developing countries.

Source: OIT

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