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I want to reduce reverse discrimination and adverse selection from my processes

My organization has made a commitment to doing business with minority, owned businesses

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I want to work with other stakeholders to improve economic equity

I want to help people improve emotional and mental wellbeing being helping them achieve work-life success

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I want to help the workforce stay employed by doing work that makes it easier for education and job market to work together

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Learn about our point of view by reading our DEI statement

Pepelwerk is a certified aboriginal, minority, women owned U.S. technology company. Learn more about us.

Pepelwerk is different because we are a system designed to make it possible for more people to help get work not screen people out of work and building a future for themselves. We have won awards from the United Nations, we have publicly committed to using our business to achieve E.S.G commitments to Quality Education, Decent Work and Economic Growth and to Reduce Inequalities.
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According to American Journal of Psychiatry, people’s mental health and physical health deteriorate when they feel insecure about their future, loss a job, or are faced uncertainty about their ability to earn an income. Pepelwerk is a tool that reduces the uncertainty by helping people define goals and giving them access to a community of stakeholders that can influence their success. Read more here.

Pepelwerk is the only system that provides real-time actionable information to help educators learn the attitudes, attributes, and abilities that employers are looking for to adjust curriculum of both hard and soft skills.