GID is committed to providing a workplace where our employees are respected and included without regard to age, race, sex, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or medical condition. Our management actively seeks a variety of perspectives to provide a balanced view and inclusive culture within our workforce and community.   We understand that a diverse workforce is a strong workforce and we aim to enhance the performance of our operations through inclusive hiring practices. GID prides itself on the core pillars of our diversity program:

  • Equal Opportunity Employment
  • Accommodation of Individuals with Disabilities

As a testament to our commitment, GID signed the pledge for CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion, the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advance diversity and inclusion within the workplace.  Members of GID’s executive leadership team are recent participants in ULI and NMHC Diversity and Inclusiveness panels.  It is becoming increasingly important to support diversity in the business community.  By 2050 there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the US as traditionally under-represented groups become the majority. Research shows that diversity increases creativity and innovation, promotes higher quality decisions, and enhances economic growth.


At GID, we leverage the unique skills and strengths of each and every one of our people.

Gender equality is at the forefront of our inclusion and diversity work, and we are committed to seeking to hire and promote talented diverse individuals.  This is something we track and report on internally.