Our respectful and inclusive culture

SymphonyAI is an organization made up of talented individuals from diverse backgrounds. An organization where you can be free to be you, in a respectful and inclusive culture.

It’s important to us that our employees feel part of our family and part of our journey. When joining the SymphonyAI team you’ll immediately find yourself part of an organization where transparency, openness and our values, are lived from the top down.

Our line managers are key to ensuring our teams feel involved, empowered and engaged – we run a comprehensive leadership training program, have a community for leaders to connect and run a session with our leaders to connect directly with the senior leadership team, each quarter.

Our employees spoke directly to us via our confidential and anonymous Diversity and Inclusion survey – see the results for yourself

These scores represent the employees responding positively to questions asked in each survey section:

Our Diversity and Inclusion journey is just that, a journey – we welcome feedback from our employees as to how we can continue being a diverse organization and continue to operate in a respectful and inclusive environment.

Supporting Our Community

Antharaganga Vidya Samsthe, India.

SymphonyAI has been associated with Antharaganga Vidya Samsthe (Residential school for disabled and the elderly) since 2019 and we have been supporting them in providing sustainable power back-up, physio sessions, light exercise equipment, wheelchairs, solar streetlights to keep wild animals away from the school, an industrial kitchen setup to support large scale hygienic cooking, funds for groceries and a TV to promote digital literacy.

On 26th March 2021, we were invited to inaugurate the industrial kitchen donated by SymphonyAI.

Our Chief Executive Officer, Chris Koziol and Chief People Officer, Sam Sheriff attended remotely to connect with the children and employees at the school. They were supported by some of our local Managers who attended in person.

Kesteven Rideability, UK

Established in 1988 and based in the Lincolnshire village of Hough on the Hill, Kesteven Rideability is an independent charity and member of the Riding for the Disabled Association offering a range of riding and equine therapy activities for disabled adults and children.

In a safe and supportive rural setting, they provide an inclusive and exciting outdoor activity and the chance to interact with horses and ponies in a positive and beneficial way. In 2019, some of our UK-based team spent time repainting and creating a beautiful mural inside of the simulator shed. The team also donated chairs, bunting and a lightbox.


We offer employees a chance to choose what’s important to them as we want to give back to the communities we operate, both collectively and individually.

We periodically donate to charities that are chosen by our employees – In 2021, this was Médecins Sans Frontières, (Doctors Without Borders) who were chosen by over 60% of the organization to support the global pandemic.

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