Testlio Expands Social Impact Commitments

Software testing company commits to addressing five pillars of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and announces social impact leader

“Social impact work aligns with Testlio’s core purpose of enabling human possibilities,” said Steve Semelsberger, CEO of Testlio. “We are honored to be able to help people around the world, and humbly hope that our work might inspire others.”

Testlio has also promoted long-time software quality and community advocacy expert Liza Osterdock to a dedicated position: social impact coordinator. She and the broader Testlio team will continue to enhance company commitments to the initiatives below.

(1) Decent Work & Economic Growth, and (2) Reduced Inequalities

“After the third Ignite class graduates this year, we will have equipped more than 30 people from underrepresented communities in multiple countries with the necessary basic skills to become software testers,” said Osterdock. “That’s 30 lives forever changed.” 

(3) Good Health & Well-Being

Provided well-being stipends. Testlio offers full-time people a quarterly well-being stipend that can be used for a variety of products and services, including physical exercise, mindfulness, biometrics, psychology, supplements, and more.

(4) Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Provided relocation assistance to our people. In moments of severe humanitarian need, Testlio steps in to help employees and contractors move to safer places, temporarily or permanently.

(5) Climate Action

Created company-wide sustainability practices: Testlio recently instituted a set of recommended approaches for workers, inclusive of energy use, recycling, and more. 

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