Supporting employees of all backgrounds, passions, and grains
We believe that the success of our business and our customers comes only with the success of our employees. We embrace the diversity of the restaurant industry by encouraging it within our company. Our employee resource groups, known as Toast Communities, were created to support, encourage, and empower employees from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Learn more about a few of our Toast Communities below.
The mission of Breaking Bread is to support the professional development of Toasters identifying as People of Color (POC) through networking opportunities, collaborating with Allies and creating safe spaces to further community's success.
Our mission is to support the health and well-being of all Toasters. We increase awareness of mental health issues, destigmatize struggles related to mental health, and normalize conversations about our experiences. We advocate for our community through every channel available, including providing educational resources and influencing policy at Toast.
The Military-Vets group exists as a haven for Military Veterans to openly and safely communicate about our lives and past experiences, and to share best-practices on how to effectively use those experiences to enhance Toast, and meaningfully engage our non-military co-workers.
The LGBTQIA+ community at Toast is open to all - both community members and allies - who want to share experiences and stories, connect with other Toasters, and foster an open environment for discussion of relevant issues.
We believe that all Toasters need to be engaged and a part of the conversation in order to enact real change. theblend is a voluntary, educational group dedicated to active allyship** both in the toast community and beyond.
*The use of lowercase letters symbolizes a movement without hierarchy, and the lack of spacing highlights the importance of togetherness.
**Active Allyship invites us to question our perspectives and our community to create a more just and inclusive culture. It's a commitment to remaining aware of unintentional ways we cause injustice, and being willing to challenge our own beliefs and actions, and those of others.
We are a community of individuals who identify as female on a mission to empower each other in the workplace. We run a number of events, programs, and workshops tailored to helping our community develop the personal and professional skills needed to thrive.