Commitment to Diversity

Studies show that significant demographic shifts are underway in the United States that directly affect the U.S. labor pool. Over the next few years, one out of every three new employees will be African American, Latino, Asian, Native American, an immigrant or female.

To accommodate these changes, we have increased our commitment to workplace diversity at all levels of the organization and are now mandating greater diversity for all our suppliers. By building a workforce that mirrors the communities we serve – and reinvesting in those communities through our community relations efforts – we’re working to create a better, more inclusive experience for our prospects, customers and partners within these communities.

With workforce and supplier diversity as company-wide priorities, CoreLogic hopes to serve as an example to other companies that want to make a difference in the communities they serve.

Our Programs

To nurture a culture of diversity, we’ve developed and are implementing programs that actively promote workplace inclusion, organizational mobility and personal growth. We support:

Our diversity programs are focused in two principal categories: Workforce Diversity and Supplier Diversity.

Workforce Diversity

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion means seeking out the best mix of talent available, eliminating artificial barriers to growth within the company, and providing opportunities and incentives to unlock the full potential of our diverse workforce. Doing so spurs development of new ideas, improves customer service and increases operational flexibility – helping the company create new products, reach into new markets, and connect fully with all our customers and partners. We consider diversity a core asset, essential to building and maintaining a competitive edge – the key to our ultimate success – now and into the future.

As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, CoreLogic is dedicated to attracting and retaining the best-qualified people available – without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or status as veterans of the Armed Forces.

Supplier Diversity

We actively promote opportunities for certified minority, women and disabled veteran business enterprises. Partnering with diverse suppliers helps us ensure that we fulfill our customers’ needs and expectations and encourages our other, nondiverse suppliers to do the same.

We promote supplier diversity by:

  • Creating a level playing field for all qualified suppliers
  • Identifying opportunities for diverse businesses to bid on an equal basis
  • Promoting an internal culture that embraces working with diverse suppliers
  • Encouraging nonminority business partners to utilize diverse suppliers
  • Extending economic benefits to communities where we live and serve

We maintain an internal supplier database, a reference tool used to identify diverse suppliers for potential procurement opportunities. We require third-party certification for suppliers to be included in the database. Please ensure that your company is certified as a diverse supplier by a third-party before soliciting CoreLogic (see “Certification Requirements” below).

Since we also use other diverse databases when searching for suppliers, we recommend candidates also register with databases at one or more of the following organizations: the Small Business Administration, the National Minority Supplier Development Council and the Women's Business Enterprise National Council.

Disclaimer: CoreLogic Supplier Diversity Database registration qualifies your company for consideration in the bidding process; however, it does not guarantee that your company will be put on a bid list, sent RFQs, RFIs or RFPs, or ultimately be awarded CoreLogic business.

To take advantage of the CoreLogic Supplier Diversity Program, suppliers must comply with the following guidelines:

Supplier Qualifications

Minority Business Enterprises must be at least 51 percent owned, operated and controlled by a minority individual or group. If the business is publicly owned, a minority individual or group must own at least 51 percent of the stock. The owners must be U.S. citizens.

Women Business Enterprises must be at least 51 percent owned, operated and controlled by a nonminority woman or women. The owners must be U.S. citizens.

Disabled Veteran Enterprises must be privately or publicly owned companies where one or more disabled veterans hold at least 51 percent of the control or ownership. To qualify as a disabled veteran, individuals must be veterans of United States military service and have at least a 10 percent service-connected disability.

Third-Party Certification

Our diverse suppliers must be certified by a third-party agency. The main agencies we recognize: