As Qual IT, SEQA, and Planit unify as one brand, we open this new era with a new logo and look.
Our new visual identity incorporates black, blues, and oranges to acknowledge our heritage, while employing light, shadow, and motion to create a sense of perpetual momentum, dynamism, agility, and growth.
Join us on this journey as we unite to help New Zealand businesses deliver world-class software.
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At Planit, we embrace and encourage diversity. We strive to create an environment that’s productive, welcoming, fair, rewarding, and fun for everyone!
Everyone has a unique identity that influences how they think, work, and live. At Planit, we aim to create a safe, positive, and nurturing environment for employees to help them thrive personally and professionally.
In addition to being an equal opportunity employer, we foster a space of equity and mutual respect. Together, we are a community that is bound by our shared passion for quality, innovation, and collaboration.
We are committed to empowering and improving the status of female employees at all levels. We strongly support women in tech initiatives and are proud to be a 50/50 gender-balanced workforce that offers fair and equitable remuneration to our people.
We each bring a collection of lived and embodied experiences to our role and at Planit this is encouraged. With a diverse range of nationalities, cultures, and religions we bring a deeper appreciation for the perspective of others.
We foster an inclusive, safe, and supportive work environment for all people regardless of their identity and personal preferences. We provide sensitivity and inclusivity training for all employees to foster an environment free of judgment and harassment.
Returning to work should not be challenging for parents that take time to focus on their family, or for workers coming out of retirement. We understand such breaks are sometimes necessary and offer free training to build the skills of returning employees.
We welcome the skills and experience of people from all walks of life. Our simplified approach to the job-seeking process is designed to allow highly qualified people with limited exposure to technology to transition smoothly into a career with us.
Our inclusive and accessible work environment is designed to help integrate people with disabilities. We are steadfast supporters of remote working, so any individuals with special needs can work partially or fully from the comfort of their home.
We work with and support organisations at a global, national, and local level to broaden diversity and inclusion in tech.
We partner with the Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) to provide free training, education, and mentoring programmes for autistic children.
We partner with HerTechPath to deliver free interactive school workshops for high schools to showcase amazing women making an impact in the tech sector.
We partner with Talent Beyond Boundaries to provide skilled refugees with work and sponsoring their visa to then enable them to move and settle to Australia.
We dollar match the efforts of our staff during STEPtember to help raise funds for people living with cerebral palsy and spread awareness about the disease.
We partner with Unitec to provide free training and internship opportunities for those of Māori and/or Pasifika descent.
We partner with NxtStep to inspire and empower newer generations to kick-start their tech careers.
We partner with Women in Tech UK to highlight the many opportunities we have for women looking to enter or progress in the technology sector.
We partner with Neurodiversity in Business to supporting neurodivergent individuals, and help them find worthwhile and fulfilling careers in tech.
We partner with TechVets to provide a bridge for veterans, service leavers, reservists, and their families to go into technology careers.
We partner with Techgirls to encourage Australian school girls into tech careers through hands-on learning, to transform their future.
Curtin University's AASQA
Talent Beyond Boundaries
Māori and Pasifika Training Scholarships
Women in Tech UK
Neurodiversity in Business