Our Unique Core Values

Our values aren't just words on a wall; they're actually the bedrock of our culture and truly shape the way we interact with one another and how we approach our work. They reflect a company that puts relationships first. Our global family is:

  • Data Inspired: We're passionate about the power of data. It's at the heart of everything we do.
  • Relentlessly Curious: We embrace the change in the world around us. We know it brings new problems to solve, new things to learn and new ways to grow.
  • Inherently Generous: We succeed by helping others succeed. We openly share our time and talent, and we confidently welcome the help of others.
Building a forward-leaning culture where people come first:

Now, more than ever, we're focused on building a strong and supportive culture where people feel empowered, aren't afraid to fail, bring their true selves to work, and take time to recover when needed. A few examples:

  • We eliminated layers and flattened the structure of our organization so that our leaders are approachable and more in tune with our people.
  • Our 'Sustainable High Performance' program offers resources and support to our employees in 4 key areas to support personal growth: movement, mindset, nutrition and recovery.
  • Dress For Your Day: We evolved our approach to our dress policy. We wear what makes sense for our day.
Our Office Environment: Step inside our offices and you’ll see that we’re modernizing our work spaces to reflect our evolving culture. Literally, we’re knocking down walls, letting in light, and dialing up the color. Our people have more places to huddle and meet, eat and celebrate, or take time to think. It’s bringing life at Dun & Bradstreet to a whole new level.
Our People on Life@D&B:
Hemanth Setty
Global Product Leader, Supply

"One interesting project I recently worked on was a project on human trafficking. It was an interesting use case on how we could blend D&B’s data with a problem in the industry, where customers and vendors don’t know the risk of forced and slaved labor being used within their supply chain. I think it has done a lot for our Do Good initiative, and allowed us to focus our attention on responsible and ethical sourcing within our product portfolio as well."
Karen Elliott
Director of Engineering

“If you bring your all, it is a really fun place to work! I came here 4 years ago and kept thinking, well next week will be quieter. I’m starting to realize it’s just not going to happen. It’s simply that it’s going to change. It’s not that we are undecided, it’s that we are ambitious and very interested in doing new things. So as soon as things seem to calm down, you get 10 minutes of calm and it’s on to the next big thing.”
Deniz Olcay
Product Marketing Manager

“In terms of management style, I think it’s a very hands-off style here. You still get that one-on-one time with your manager, but it’s really upon you to make that initiation and to set that agenda. There is a role that trust plays in that relationship too – your manager trusts you to come to him or her when you need support. We’re all adults here so I think that just promotes a better and healthier work style.”