Diversity is an integral part of the Village Voice’s history, culture, and identity. Inclusion is the way we treat, value, and respect our employees, clients, suppliers, and vendors, despite our differences. The publisher strongly believes that making people feel valued is essential to the success of our company. In an increasingly competitive global marketplace, we want to create an inclusive culture that reflects our values, supports our business goals, and builds a stronger company. The Village Voice is committed to creating an environment where all employees are included, are treated with dignity and respect, and are in a position to contribute to our future success.
The Village Voice is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Village Voice’s personnel policies are designed to assure non-discriminatory treatment of all individuals with regard to employment, rates of pay, and all other terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity and expression, age, veteran’s status, physical handicap, or any other physical or mental disability. The Village Voice is committed to the hire of qualified individuals with disabilities and does not discriminate in hiring, employment, job assignment, promotion, discipline, or termination against individuals with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act and the New York City Human Relations Commission require reasonable accommodations of individuals and prohibit employment discrimination against people with disabilities.