Ekdesk helps organizations create equitable workplaces.

Why creating an equitable workplace is important.

Building an equitable, respectful workplace is the right thing for companies to do, and it’s also a business and legal imperative. Companies struggle to detect and deter workplace harassment and discrimination, and many companies struggle to maintain complete documentation of workplace issues.

Why we built Ekdesk.

We started Ekdesk to fill those gaps with the goal of helping our customers improve their retention and recruiting, while also avoiding the legal and reputational risks associated with hostile work environment and wrongful discharge allegations.

Need to reach us? Send an email to team@ekdesk.com or call 919-907-0036.


Andrew Jennings


Andrew was inspired by his legal experience to found Ekdesk. He began his career as an attorney at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where he represented clients in M&A and corporate governance matters and internal investigations. He later practiced at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, where he represented clients in governmental and HR/whistleblower investigations, as well as civil and appellate matters. Andrew also served as a law clerk to a federal appellate judge.

Andrew earned an M.A. in economics and a law degree from Duke University, where he developed a passion for finding new ways to use data to solve old problems. Andrew calls Durham, North Carolina home.


Today, workplace equity has taken on a new urgency for HR, employee relations, and legal departments. Ekdesk is happy to partner with PEOs, HR consultancies, and other vendors to introduce Case Manager, Sonar, and Diamond to their clients. We believe that HR vendors are ideally positioned to help companies use Ekdesk products to create more equitable workplaces. To start a conversation about referral partnerships, please contact us at partnerships@ekdesk.com.