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Our Vision

Our Vision

To have a culture of inclusion, where all individuals feel respected, are treated fairly, with an equitable opportunity to excel.

Our Mission

Our Mission

To create organizational change focusing on workplace inclusion for all.

Guiding Principles

Guiding Principles

Be Respectful
We Do The Right Thing, Always
Serve Others
Be Candid and Honest
Be Willing to Change
Accept Differences

Rollins LogoStrategic Pillars

Inclusion in the workplace is the center of any successful business. At Rollins, we can maximize the benefits of diversity in teams by cultivating “diversity mindsets,” defined as the shared understanding of a team’s diversity and its positive benefits to group performance. When our employees feel both included and that their employer supports diversity, trust and engagement is increased, talent is retained and productivity is maximized.

We have identified four strategic pillars as part of our Rollins Workplace Inclusion initiative that represent our focus areas and commitment to inclusion in various aspects of the business and beyond.


Building Culture & Capability

Encourage healthy environment, where backgrounds, perspectives and experiences are valued.


Growing the Business

Ensuring diversity in suppliers, marketing efforts and product services to clients.


Developing our Talent

Building a diverse talent pipeline with development programs and providing impactful associate engagement.


Enhancing our Brand

Being a good corporate citizen, one should demonstrate social responsibility through community leadership and volunteerism.

Diverse Crowd Photo

Thoughts & Feedback

Our employees are the reason we exist, and we will do all we can to support each critical team member, but we’d love your help. As we introduce Rollins Workplace Inclusion, your voices will continuously inform us of our successes and improvement opportunities related to inclusion.

Training Information + Resources

The truth is, we all have biases that influence our decision-making. The first step is recognizing those and understanding how to shift our perspectives. Training will be an ongoing key part of creating a more inclusive workplace.

The below resources are available to employees as an opportunity to help understand biases that influence decision-making, as an effort to shift perspectives.

The Leader's Guide to Unconscious Bias

How To Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams

Didn’t find your answer?

Our Workplace Inclusion Council can help you.