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Mogul's Top 100 Innovators in Diversity & Inclusion in 2018

Mogul is honored to recognize the Top Innovators in Diversity & Inclusion in 2018. Those mentioned have made, and continue to make, enormous strides in hiring diverse talent, creating welcoming environments and communities for employees and contributing to society in meaningful ways. 

The Top 100 were determined through weighted scoring, taking into account minority representation in top leadership roles, support and resources for employees, and social contribution within each organization. 

Do you believe your company should be on this list? Submit your nomination form here.

MOGUL'S TOP 100 INNOVATORS IN DIVERSITY & INCLUSION IN 2018

  1. Bank of America
    Bank of America continues to lead diversity and inclusion efforts in the Financial Services industry. 40% of Bank of America's executives are women, and women make up 55% of their total workforce. Through their “My Work” program, military spouses are able to keep their positions throughout military assignments across the globe, even in cities that don't have corporate offices. Also, their Support Services team is comprised of 300 employees with intellectual disabilities, providing essential services to every sector of the company.
    See open jobs at Bank of America
  2. Southwest Airlines
    Roughly 30% of Southwest Airlines’ management is female, and over 40% of Southwest's total workforce is female; 14% of the overall workforce are veterans as well. Southwest Airlines prides themselves on having a modern and multifaceted workforce - their network is comprised of employees representing a variety of backgrounds whose individual experience help dictate their culture. Southwest has a Diversity Council and has dedicated outreach for the LGBT, Hispanic, African American, and Asian/Pacific Islander communities.
  3. Bain & Company
    Bain & Company is a top leader in diversity and inclusion in the consulting industry through cross-cultural employee mentorship, strong female leadership, and community efforts. 40% of the leadership team at their headquarters is made up of women, and employees can take part in 5 different Employee Resource Groups ranging from veterans, LGBTQ, and racial and ethnic minorities. Bain & Company holds a Global Women's Leadership Forum every other year as part of their broader gender parity efforts. The Forum brings together several hundred senior women – as well as a number of senior men – from around the globe for three days of intensive training & dialogue around how to further enable women to thrive in their Bain careers and more broadly drive a diverse & inclusive culture. All women employees also benefit from ‘Women at Bain’ training, dialogue, and network and community building.
  4. Stanley Black & Decker
    Stanley Black & Decker employees are able to partake in affinity groups dedicated to minorities such as women, veterans, and developing professionals. Stanley Black & Decker has provided nearly 250,000 disaster-relief volunteers with tools and helped over 1,000 families recover from natural disasters.
    See open jobs at Stanley Black & Decker
  5. General Motors
    General Motors has the most female engineers in the world, and 45% of GM’s board of directors is comprised of women. One-third of their employees take part in at least one their twelve ERGs. GM is working toward three key pillars: STEM education, vehicle, and road safety.  
  6. McKinsey & Company
    McKinsey & Company invested more than $20 million in research on the importance of women in leadership positions. McKinsey also contribute a lot to society, having completed almost 4,000 projects for social-sector and public-sector organizations. Women make up 42% of McKinsey’s workforce, and they are working hard to increase the number in leadership roles.
  7. PepsiCo
    To support inclusion within their company, PepsiCo encourages their employees to take part in their many Employee Resource Groups. PepsiCo additionally seeks to give back to the community through PepsiCorps, which supports employees who want to make a positive impact. Additionally, the PepsiCo Foundation has provided over 25 million people access to clean drinking water since 2006.
  8. CBS
    CBS celebrates its four ERGs dedicated to minority groups such as veterans and LGBTQ. They provide mentorship and fellowship programs for rising journalists and producers through their Entertainment Diversity initiative. Additionally, CBS’s diversity efforts such as community outreach programs at minority-serving institutions and various diversity councils further cultivate their inclusive environment.
    See open jobs at CBS
  9. Allstate
    Allstate is actively working towards increasing diversity within their workforce through 11 ERGs and scholarship funds for minority students planning to enter the industry after graduation. Roughly one-fourth of Allstate's leadership team is female. Through The Allstate Foundation, Allstate has contributed millions towards teen safe driving, domestic violence, and youth empowerment.
  10. Comcast
    According to Comcast’s latest report, 35% of their workforce are women and 43% are people of color. Comcast has increased their ERGs to 118 total chapters, nearly a 300% increase from 2012. Comcast also opened a Diversity & Inclusion program in 2011, donating nearly $1.5 billion to Minority-Led, Minority-serving, Women-Led, and Women-Serving organizations.
  11. Airbnb
    Airbnb is one of the top leaders in workforce diversity in tech; currently, 41% of its workforce is female. They currently have 12 affinity groups representing minorities such as LGBTQ, veterans, and ethnic minorities. Airbnb has also signed onto diversity pledges such as the White House Equal Pay Pledge and the White House Tech Inclusion Pledge.   
  12. Cisco
    Roughly 40% of Cisco’s Executive Leadership Team is made up of women, and approximately 27% of their Senior Leadership Team is female as well. Cisco employees are given professional development opportunities in unconscious bias training and mentorship programs such as their reverse mentorship program. 
  13. Sensata Technologies
    Sensata Technologies is committed to increasing the percentage of females and minorities in STEM. 40% of Sensata's management team is female. Launched in 2017, the Sensata Technologies Foundation provides pre-professional workshops and training for minority individuals within local communities to promote STEM education and upward mobility.
    See open jobs at Sensata Technologies
  14. Buffalo Wild Wings
    In 2017, Buffalo Wild Wings had one of the most diverse leadership boards in the restaurant industry, led by female CEO Sally J. Smith, with 40% female representation. Kelly Stevens, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, was recently given the Patriot Award on behalf of her work in the veteran community and the Demeter Leader of the Year Award by Women in Agribusiness on behalf of her work in Women’s Leadership Forums. Buffalo Wild Wings also has 2 ERGs, and a monthly D&I roundtable with the C-suite.
  15. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) is committed to fostering diversity and inclusion both internally and within the health care industry. More than half of the executive management team is comprised of women, 35% of our Board members - including our Board chair - are women, and women make up 60% of total management at the company. BCBSMA also has deep history of supporting the health of our local communities, contributing to more than 550 non-profits in the past year.
  16. The Honest Company
    The Honest Company currently has three women in the C-suite, and nearly half of their overall management is female. Overseen by Chief People Officer, Janis Hoyt, The Honest Company recently launched their first ERG dedicated to women's empowerment and supports philanthropic efforts in the community such as Baby2Baby and Dress for Success.
    See open jobs at The Honest Company
  17. PayPal
    PayPal’s workforce is made up of 43% females, and 45% of their board are women and minorities. Through “Unity,” a PayPal affinity group of women and men working together to create more opportunities for women at PayPal, they focus on gender equality and gender balance. PayPal has earned a perfect rating of 100 percent from the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index, making them one of HRC’s “Best Places to Work” for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.
  18. PwC
    Women currently make up one-third of PwC's leadership team, as well as 51% of global graduate intake. PwC provides employees with over 6 ERGs such as Disability Caregivers, Professionals with Disabilities, and Parents.
  19. Chico’s FAS, Inc.
    Led by female CEO Shelley G. Broader, Chico’s FAS, Inc. has one of the strongest female-led leadership teams in the apparel industry. The Company is a strong advocate for causes such as domestic violence and access to quality healthcare through their contributions to organizations like the National Network to End Domestic Violence and the Children's Miracle Network. 
  20.  Apple
    Apple’s recent hires are more diverse than their current employees, with 54% new US hires being minorities. Additionally, Apple is part of the ConnectED initiative and pledged $100 million of teaching and learning solutions to underserved schools.
  21. Kellogg Company
    The Kellogg Company’s nine Diversity & Inclusion business councils help drive growth and support the company's diversity strategy, some of which include the Global Engineering D&I Council and Women in Supply Chain. The Kellogg Company offers eight ERGs including K-Pride & Allies, Kellogg African-American Resource Group, Young Professionals and Women of Kellogg.
  22. Great-West Financial
    Great-West Financial celebrates diversity and inclusion through employee resources and mentorship and a flexible work-life balance for employees at all stages of their career. Through diversity initiatives led by Christina Frantz, AVP, Talent Acquisition, Inclusion, & Social Responsibility, employees are able to participate in Business Resource Groups dedicated to groups representing different job functions, life stages, gender, and racial and ethnic backgrounds. Additionally, all full-time and part-time employees are provided with generous paternity and maternity leave, adoption assistance, and military leave.
  23. RRD
    Diversity and inclusion are at the core of RRD’s culture and are reflected in the company’s business resource groups, global training programs, and employee-led Inclusion councils worldwide. RRD is committed to ensuring that each employee, at every level, feels both valued and a sense of belonging. In 2017, RRD’s CEO, Dan Knotts, joined CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, and the company became a founding member of the ParityPledge — a commitment to help bring gender parity to the highest levels of business.
  24. Sunrun
    Led by female CEO Lynn Jurich, Sunrun is committed to diversity in the solar industry. Women make up half of Sunrun's Executive Management team. As a strong advocate for military service members, Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve employees are given 10 annual paid vacation days while on military duty or leave.
  25. L’Oréal
    L’Oréal has over 25,000 diversity and inclusion workshops and women make up 70% of their workforce. According to their latest reports, 67,533 people from underprivileged communities have gained access to employment with L’Oréal, and L’Oréal has introduced many programs that specifically help vulnerable women experiencing social and economic problems. 
  26. Freshii
    Freshii is dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and their executive team members are comprised of 50% women. Having a diverse perspective allows for Freshii to understand their audience. Freshii is also active in helping local communities and organizations. They support a specific charity called WE charity, which helps empower youth. 
  27. GoFundMe
    GoFundMe is eager to bring about change in diversity and inclusion in tech. Half of their workforce is made up of women, and 20% of their Executive Team is female. Through their Gives Back program, GoFundMe employees nominate campaigns on the platform to receive a portion of the $100,000 in monthly donations made.
  28. Sony Pictures Entertainment
    Sony Pictures Entertainment’s (SPE) Diversity & Inclusion initiatives were launched in 2010, following the company’s formal establishment of a D&I charter in 2009. SPE’s D&I initiatives such as the annual Diverse Directors Program, Global Writers Initiatives, and enterprise-wide employee engagement activities underscore the company’s deep commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive global business environment representative of its consumer base. 
  29. TD Ameritrade
    TD Ameritrade was named one of the best places to work for LGBT equality by the HRC in 2017 and gained a 100% Corporate Equality Index. Females represent 27% of the TD Ameritrade's Executive Management Team. Their Diversity & Inclusion councils enable employees to volunteer together within local schools, provide and participate in job shadowing and mentor emerging leadership panel discussions to workshops and community involvement opportunities talent.
  30.  ASOS.com
    ASOS.com are supporters of people and the planet. Diversity and inclusion is an important part of ASOS “Fashion with Integrity” program. ASOS believes in ethical trading, sustainable sourcing, and animal welfare. 42% of ASOS board of directors are women and they are committed to working more on diversity in the future.
  31. Fandango
    Fandango has a long-standing commitment to diversity, inclusion and corporate social responsibility, which is reflected throughout the company, from employee development, recruiting and special resource groups to internship programs and community outreach. Over the past several years, Fandango has made great strides to increase tech leadership and employment opportunities for women and minorities. In addition to internal management training programs, the company continues to attract diverse talent through its University of Fandango internship programs, involvement in D&I conferences, partnerships with University affinity groups, and other related activities such as its newly formed Fandango chapter of TECH Women.
    See open jobs at Fandango
  32. Amazon
    Amazon is spearheading diversity initiatives from the classroom level to their executive suite through philanthropic efforts, mentorship programs, and student opportunities. Roughly 20% of Amazon's directors are female. Amazon has nine ERGs and also engage in community outreach such as hackathons and student mentorship programs.
  33. TELUS International
    TELUS hosts an annual TELUS Day of Giving, in which locations across the globe commit a full day of service to their local communities. Over 40,000 volunteers have given aid to more than 70,000 people around the world within the past decade. TELUS International also has a groundbreaking Inclusion Program for the Hearing Impaired in Guatemala, providing equal opportunities for those who are hearing impaired and creating a more diverse workplace.
    See open jobs at TELUS International
  34. Caesars Entertainment Corporation
    Caesars Entertainment Corporation donates one percent of profits to civic and charitable causes. Since 2013, Caesars has hired more than 2,000 veterans through their Hiring Heroes program and also donated $1 million to veteran organizations. To date, Caesars has helped more than 320 employees become U.S. citizens.
  35. Parkland Hospital
    Parkland Hospital fosters a diverse and inclusive environment. 70% of staff members are minorities and they offer many resources for their minority employees, patients, and community. Parkland not only serves the community through their work but also aims to fight illness and injury in the community through their 13 community outreach programs. Parkland Hospital is constantly looking to promote health education in their community.
  36. Nike
    Committed to providing equal opportunities in the global community, Nike has given over $5 million in scholarship funding to Oregon schools. Through their recent Equality campaign, Nike has launched exclusive collections promoting equality in the community and support for minority groups. The Equality campaign is also partnered with organizations such as The National Mentoring Partnership and PeacePlayer International, supporting organizations working to provide equal opportunities to those of all backgrounds and unite divided communities.
    See open jobs at Nike
  37. Deloitte
    In 2016, 70,000 Deloitte professionals volunteered during IMPACT Day, a year-round celebration of Deloitte’s commitment to local communities. Many Deloitte member firms took action to support refugees, ranging from fundraising, volunteering and providing internships, to pro bono and client service work.
  38. McCann Worldgroup
    In honor of International Women’s Day 2017, McCann partnered with State Street Global Advisors to introduce the Fearless Girl to the world — a statue of a daring young girl, standing strong on Wall Street as a testament to the fact that companies with women in leadership perform better. The network, spanning 120+ countries, has continued to focus on increasing the number of women in the senior ranks, including, but not limited to, the promotion of Devika Bulchandani to President of McCann NY and Kate MacNevin to Global President of MRM//McCann, as well as the hiring of Singleton Beato as Chief Diversity Officer. Worldgroup’s global diversity and engagement strategy focuses on creating an ethos of belonging, connection and purpose for employees -- across all dimensions of diversity. Its unifying philosophy of applying consistent practices to foster an inclusive culture, unleashes the creative potential of their talent and leads to meaningful work. The newly-launched Global Diversity Coalition, an integrated community of diversity champions from offices around the world, is one of many efforts designed to reinforce and embody this philosophy. 
  39. Patagonia
    At Patagonia, 50% of their executives are women and 48% of the entire workforce are female. They offer formal programs for minorities through resource groups, mentorship, and networking. Patagonia gives 1% of their sales to support environmental organizations.
  40. Intuit
    39% of Intuit’s global workforce is made up of women and 41% of Intuit’s domestic workforce are women. Intuit is fully committed to equal pay and last year determined in their women employees earn $1 for every $1 that the men earn in the U.S. Inuit also has 11 employee networks that help embrace the culture, ethnicity, and faith. 
  41. Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Thermo Fisher’s Employee Resource Groups include Latino Hispanic Heritage, African Heritage, Millennials, Veterans, Women, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allies and PossAbilities.  Through Thermo Fisher University, employees are able to take professional development courses in over 40 different subject areas. Thermo Fisher has engaged thousands of students from minority backgrounds in STEM through its educational programs.
    See open jobs at Thermo Fisher Scientific
  42. Stitch Fix
    Led by CEO Katrina Lake, Stitch Fix is breaking gender barriers in tech with 63% of their Executive Team being female. Through a recent partnership with Goodwill, Stitch Fix customers participated in the Give Back Box program, filling used boxes with clothing and donations for those in need.
    See open jobs at Stitch Fix
  43. AIG
    AIG maintains an inclusive mindset to attract, retain, and develop a diverse workforce which enhances innovation company-wide. AIG leverages Employee Resource Groups to build inclusive leaders and support employee engagement. Their diversity framework isn't strictly for internal purposes, as part of AIG's mission is to bring diverse solutions to global business opportunities.
  44. Leidos
    Led by Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion Charlesiah Mclean, III,  women make up 38% of Leidos’ leadership team and they have over 3,000 employees taking part in their ERGs. Their seven ERG's are increasing engagement within the workforce, workplace, and marketplace. According to their latest reports, to date, Leidos has made over $2 million charitable contributions and employees have volunteered 18,218 hours.
  45. NBA
    The NBA’s diversity and inclusion practices range from ongoing education and professional development training for staff to opportunities for local, minority-owned businesses to participate in premier NBA and WNBA events. The NBA makes a conscious effort to reduce bias in company processes and a sustained effort to represent the diversity of the game and the world around it.
  46. WNBA
    WNBA is an industry leader in hiring diverse employees. They have almost 40% women, a female president, Lisa Borders, and 39 women serving as VPs. The Women’s National Basketball Association also helped support families hurt by hurricane relief, worked with schools, and partnered with service-based organizations throughout their season. In total, they have provided more than 4.1 million hours of service.
  47. Colliers International
    Led by two women on their global leadership team, Colliers International celebrates the diverse backgrounds of their employees through mentorship programs and community outreach. Female leaders at Colliers International provide mentorship to young women in their local areas through the Commercial Real Estate Women Network.
    See open jobs at Colliers International
  48. Dell
    Dell's diversity and inclusion strategy is built on three focus areas: creating a workplace that is inclusive of all differences, cultivating external marketplace relationships with diverse communities and organizations, and growing a diverse workforce. Dell’s fourteen ERGs provide professional development through mentoring, volunteerism and community involvement and include the “Black Networking Alliance,” “Caregivers” and “Women in Action," to name a few.
    See open jobs at Dell
  49. Memphis Meats
    Memphis Meats is dedicated to changing the way we source our food and putting diverse individuals at the forefront of scientific advancement in the food industry. Women currently make up the majority of their engineers. Memphis Meats celebrates employees who come from diverse professional backgrounds--many of their researchers and scientists come from solely academic backgrounds.
  50. Pinnacle Foods
    Pinnacle Foods is highly engaged and motivated to innovate. Employees are passionate about developing iconic brands that consumers love. The team is also dedicated to having a positive impact on their communities through the Pinnacle ACTs (Action Changes Things) program. Nearly 1,000 Pinnacle employees from locations throughout the U.S. and Canada volunteer for more than 80 organizations that support the causes of food, shelter and the environment in their communities.These are examples of how Pinnacle Foods Unleashes Brand Potential.
  51. Snap Inc.
    Led by a strong D&I team, Snap Inc.’s global diversity initiatives take a three-tiered approach to inclusion: ensuring minorities and people of color have equal opportunities through education, focusing on the candidate experience, and ensuring that all voices are equally heard and represented within the company. Snap Inc. recently launched the Snap Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the arts, education, and youth. 
  52. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
    Air Products and Chemicals is making strides toward Diversity & Inclusion in the STEM field. They provide mentorship programs to both their internal employees and to the community at large, such as mentoring elementary school students through a Breakfast Buddies program. 
  53. MetLife
    MetLife is committed to advancing gender equality in its workplace and helping improve communities across the globe. Through its Global Women’s Initiative, MetLife offers a wide array of programs and resources to increase the representation of women in leadership roles, strengthen the leadership capability in the talent pipeline and help women thrive in the company. These programs include the annual Global Women’s Leadership Forum, Women’s Business Networks and Lean In Circles. MetLife is also focused on volunteerism, awarding more than 12.7 million, since 1999, to support over 4,200 employee volunteer initiatives.
  54. Asana
    All Asana employees are provided with D&I on-boarding and company-wide learning sessions dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Asana's ERG for women holds monthly events and discussions both internally and externally with leading and rising women in the community, often inviting industry leaders to give their insights and words of inspiration for women in underrepresented fields.
  55. Ahold Delhaize
    Ahold Delhaize is driven to bring Diversity and Inclusion to the forefront in the food industry. 35% of management positions are currently held by women, and their employees hail from 11 countries around the world. Ahold Delhaize is a strong advocate for hunger-relief and created a Sustainability and Innovation Committee to honor their commitment to equal human rights and sustainable food sourcing. 
  56. Dropbox
    35% of Dropbox’s new hires are women. Their internal support groups include “Asians at Dropbox,” “BlackDropboxers,” “Latinx,” “Pridebox” (LGBTQ), “Vets at Dropbox,” “Women at Dropbox,” “ATX Diversity” (based in Austin, Texas) and the “Dropbox Empowerment Network” (based in Dublin, Ireland). Dropbox also participates in Code2040, helping connect minorities with summer internships. 
  57. Associated Bank
    Associated Bank continues to promote diversity through encouraging employee participation in diversity and inclusion initiatives, as well as forming an increasingly diverse workforce. Women make up a fourth of Associated Bank's Board of Directors. Associated Bank currently has five Colleague Resource Groups, in which employee participation has increased by 53% in the last year.
  58. Humana
    At Humana, 61% of the management and supervisor roles are held by women and 43% of associates are people of color. Humana pursues several multicultural initiatives in the communities where their associates live, including the YMCA Black Achiever’s Program, Habitat for Humanity, Project BUILD and a partnership with the National Council of La Raza.
  59. AT&T
    AT&T currently supports twelve Employee Resource Groups and twelve Employee Networks, with over 130,000 combined memberships. Women make up AT&T's largest ERG, “Women of AT&T.” AT&T is a proud supporter of the veteran community and AT&T has strong relationships with Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities and actively recruits college graduates with disabilities.
    See open jobs at AT&T
  60. Yoox Net-A-Porter Group
    Yoox Net-A-Porter Group's global and diverse presence is represented by its management team that is 51% female. Every summer, Yoox Net-A-Porter Group hosts MBA students from top business schools to participate in a 10-week internship program at one of their Global offices. Through a recent partnership with Imperial College London, Yoox Net-A-Porter Group has provided hundreds of young girls with a coding education. 
  61. Cornerstone OnDemand
    Cornerstone OnDemand offers many programs and cohorts that allow employees to collaborate and learn from one another. 54% of Cornerstone’s associate-level workers are women. Cornerstone employees have given over 15,587 volunteer hours and have served more than 117,900 nonprofit learners. 
  62. UPS
    With employees in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, there's no question that diversity is part of the social fabric at UPS. Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are UPS employee groups that serve as an extension of the company's broader Diversity & Inclusion strategy. UPS' "Women's Leadership Development" (WLD) Business Resource Group has expanded to 65 chapters in more than 30 countries over the past decade. In addition to WLD, the current list of UPS BRG communities include: African American, Asian American, Focus on Abilities, Hispanic/Latino, Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Allies, Millennials, Multicultural, Veterans and Working Parents.
    See open jobs at UPS
  63. Oath
    Oath is committed to diversity and inclusion within their leadership and workforce. Oath recently launched nine new ERGs, supporting diversity and communication within the company. Oath gives employees donation matching and paid time off to volunteer for the causes they love. 
  64. Unum
    Embracing diversity and inclusion allows Unum to better understand the needs of their customers, brings out the best in their employees, and helps to attract top-notch talent. They are a founding partner of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce Diversity Council. Unum’s eight ERGs carry out their mission of building an inclusive culture and they require managers to complete unconscious bias training. 
  65. Dunkin’ Brands
    Women make up 50% of the Dunkin’ Brands’ workforce. They have signed the White House Equal Pay Pledge and are members of the Boston Women’s Workforce Council 100% Talent Compact. Additionally, they have started an initiative called Diversity in Franchising, in partnership with NAACP, to create awareness of franchising opportunities for people of color. 
  66. U.S. Bank
    U.S. Bank empowers minorities through mentoring and Business Resource Groups, and in the past five years, have had a 36% increase in supplier diversity. Since 2008, U.S. Bank's Employee Assistance Fund has granted more than $6 million to over 1,700 employees, assisting those who’ve faced a natural disaster, military deployment, serious illness or injury, death or other catastrophic circumstances. Approximately 2,000 veterans work at U.S. Bank, including National Guard and Reserve members.
  67. Mars
    Mars’ managers are made up of 41% women, with their ultimate goal to achieve 50%. Mars provides mentoring circles like the Women of Mars Associate Network to give Associates a chance to meet and share advice.
  68. Trustpilot
    Trustpilot's female management is led by Senior Vice President Global HR & Talent Anne-Marie Finch. 60% of employees hail from over 30 foreign countries. Trustpilot currently has over 500 employees representing 40 nationalities. Employees are also allotted 20% of their time to dedicate towards innovation and projects that allow them to pursue their passions.
    See open jobs at Trustpilot
  69. SADA Systems
    SADA Systems continues to celebrate diversity and inclusion in tech through strong female and minority representation, a healthy work-life balance, and community involvement. 38% of SADA Systems' Leadership team is female. Employees receive unlimited paid time off, as well as a professional development reimbursement program.
  70. General Electric
    General Electric is committed to increasing the number of women in STEM roles by 2020, as well as the representation of women in their technical entry-level leadership programs. GE’s  8 Diversity Affinity Networks include “African American Forum”, “Asian Pacific American Forum”, “People With Disabilities Network” and “Women’s Network.” The GE Foundation works with education, developing health, Disaster and Humanitarian Relief program, and more. 
  71. Bristol-Myers Squibb
    At Bristol-Myers Squibb, their people are their competitive advantage. They attract, retain and develop the world’s top, diverse talent and leverage the unique insights they bring to drive business results.  By fostering a culture of inclusion, leveraging the insights of their global People and Business Resource Groups, and providing mentoring and leadership development support, they empower this 21st-century workforce to achieve their company’s mission of helping patients to prevail over serious diseases. 
  72. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Hewlett Packard Enterprise has a Harassment-Free Work Environment Policy to maintain a work environment free of all forms of harassment where customers, employees, suppliers, business partners, visitors and shareowners are treated with dignity, respect and courtesy. HPE  has 127 ERG chapters in over 30 countries, allowing members to benefit from opportunities in leadership development, networking, mentoring, community and educational outreach, and connection to the business. 
  73. ADP
    ADP's CEO recently joined an alliance of 270 CEOs committed to continued progress in diversity and inclusion in the workplace by signing the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion. The ADP Foundation donates millions of dollars towards STEM education and provides mentorship programs for women, underprivileged youth, and young entrepreneurs. They have eight Business Resource Groups representing minority groups such as the military LGBTQ. 
  74. Lockheed Martin
    Lockheed Martin has more than 70 ERG chapters encompassing approximately 8,000 members across all business areas. Benefits of ERGs include the development of future leaders through varying ERG roles, ability to engage allies for learning and cultural awareness, increased employee engagement, and opportunity to solve key business challenges.
  75. Nestlé
    Nestlé’s environment is centered around diversity and inclusion. They support women in the workplace through their International Dual Career Network and through their Maternity Protection Policy. Nestlé also understands the importance of making an impact and helping the community. They have made 42 public commitments to nutrition, rural development, water, environmental sustainability, and human rights. 
  76. Monsanto Company
    Monsanto Company sees the importance of having unique perspectives, which is driven by inclusion and diversity in the workplace. Monsanto believes that in order to have a truly diverse workforce, their practices need to start with inclusion. Monsanto is proud to embed 9 Business Resource Networks into their culture that helps create an open and inclusive environment for employees and management. Additionally, Monsanto has an equal employment opportunity policy and has a variety of global volunteer programs that donate more than 100,000 hours each year to local communities.
  77. OCC
    OCC believes in integrity and conducting a collaborative, ethical, and accountable company. OCC employees have raised funds and donated their time for numerous charities, including i.c. stars, Metrocrest Services and Marillac St. Vincent Family Services.  OCC also encourages their employees to further their education by reimbursing them for tuition and other fees.
    See open jobs at OCC
  78. Praxair
    Praxair has a variety of employee resource groups that support millennials, women, veterans, LGBT communities, employees of African culture and heritage, and Asian professionals. Community engagement is also an important part of Praxair’s environment. They have benefited nearly 350,000 people from all over the world. 1,200 managers have been trained in managing differences. 
  79. Alliance Data
    Alliance Data currently has one of the most diverse leadership boards of companies on the S&P 500. One-third of the leadership team is comprised of women. Female employees are able to participate in a women's mentorship program, and Alliance Data recently began an annual International Women's Day Panel. Alliance Data has contributed over $20 million in community investment since 2014, with plans to invest another $60 million by 2020.
  80. Sargento Foods
    Sargento’s culture encourages employees to connect with each other and their communities in and out of the workplace. The “Sargento Off-The-Clock” program connects employees based on common interests and hobbies. Workforce Development at Sargento recently took on a full-time role to follow the state’s lead in growing and developing talent from within the surrounding communities. These efforts aim to inspire women and young people to pursue STEM roles within the company, such as maintenance and engineering. 
  81. Ancestry
    Ancestry is dedicated to cultivating their diverse workforce through mentorship, professional development, community involvement, and employee resource groups. They made diversity a focus when launching a new Emerging Leaders program, with women leaders forming 70% of program participants.  They recently launched “Ancestry Women in Technology,” an ERG that provides quarterly speaker series and brown bag sessions to advocate their global network and diverse culture. Additionally, 22% of Ancestry's executives are women.
    See open jobs at Ancestry
  82. Sodexo
    At Sodexo, diversity and inclusion are grounded in their core values of team spirit and the spirit of service and progress. Due to their numerous diversity and inclusion efforts, Sodexo is consistently recognized as a best place to work for minorities, women, veterans, people with disabilities and the LGBT community.
    See open jobs at Sodexo
  83. Publicis Media
    Publicis Media’s global Business Resource Groups, quarterly Talent & Engagement newsletter, and recent commitment to the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge creates a culture where everyone feels they can be their wholesome-self on a daily basis.
  84. Ainsworth Pet Nutrition
    Ainsworth Pet Nutrition is one of the leaders in the pet food industry bringing sustainably sourced food to our pets. One-third of their leadership team is female, led by their female Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing. Ainsworth Pet Nutrition recycles 99% of their materials and volunteers with local organizations such as Adopt-A-Highway to support their continued efforts toward sustainability.
    See open jobs at Ainsworth Pet Nutrition
  85. CDW
    CDW is proud to celebrate diversity through its diverse workforce represented by 12 different employee resource groups. Women currently make up 44% of CDW's executive council. CDW employees are able to further diversify their skill sets through free online learning tools, industry-recognized certifications, and a generous tuition assistance program.
  86. Oshkosh Corporation
    More than 100 years strong, Oshkosh Corporation is a People First Organization committed to Making a Difference in People's Lives. With more than 15,000 team members around the world and customers in more than 150 countries, diversity and inclusion is an essential part of the Company's success. Oshkosh Corporation is committed to diversity and inclusion through efforts such as the Oshkosh Women's Network, which helps women reach their full potential through professional and personal development, networking, mentoring and more. Additionally, Oshkosh Corporation is a Military Friendly Employer with a growing Veteran's Resource Group and have been awarded a Best Place to Work in 2018.
  87. Atlanta Hawks
    The Atlanta Hawks is devoted to continued advancements in diversity and inclusion in the sports industry. Their D&I initiatives are currently being led by Nzinga Shaw, the sports world's first Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer. Represented by diversity leaders internally and externally, the Hawks Diversity & Inclusion council is dedicated to creating a more inclusive environment in both the workplace and the community.
  88. Avant
    Avant is revolutionizing the way diverse consumers receive loans and manage their personal finances. The company is also deeply committed to fostering diversity and inclusion internally. They crowdsourced the creation of their company values, use Current Event Talks to give employees a safe space to talk about politically or racially charged events, and in late 2017, hosted a panel discussion on how to prevent sexual harassment and support the victims of it. 
  89. Hilton Grand Vacations
    Hilton Grand Vacations’ core values for their employees are leadership, teamwork, ownership, and integrity. They offer many benefits including paid training, paid time off, healthcare, and employee and educational assistance programs. Hilton Grand Vacations supports and encourages diversity through their Team Member Resource Groups.
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  90. Polycom
    Conducting business responsibly is a key part of Polycom’s mission. They value diversity and inclusion within their workplace and giving back to the community. The Polycom Foundation helps the community through many different initiatives, including Operation Smile, Global Nomads group, and Employee Giving. Polycom is additionally committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and creating an inclusive work environment for all their employees. 
  91. FCB
    FCB is dedicated to supporting diverse thinking and people in their workplace. Half of FCB’s leadership is made up of women, and FCB has committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to partnering with minority and women-owned businesses. 
  92. Marsh & McLennan Companies
    MMC does a great job in addressing diversity and inclusion in their company. Forbes named MMC one of America’s best large employers and they have achieved a perfect score on the 2017 Corporate Equality Index. MMC’s colleagues volunteer in more than 50 countries and have had a 300% increase in participating countries since 2012. MMC also provide women in developing and emerging economies with the skills to be successful business owners.
  93. Dentsu Aegis
    Dentsu Aegis is constantly evolving in how they approach diversity and inclusion in their company. Dentsu Aegis promotes equality through by taking part in Business in The Community’s race and gender equality campaign, their women and leadership program, and through their support of enhanced shared parental leave. Through initiatives spearheaded by DK Bartley, Dentsu Aegis also gives back to the community by taking a half or full day off to help local communities, environments, and charities with outdoor assignments. 
  94. Enterprise Holdings
    Diversity & Inclusion is one of Enterprise Holdings’ six main business priorities as demonstrated by the company’s “Cultural Compass.” Top areas of focus are recruiting, talent development, employee engagement, cross-cultural awareness, cultural integration and supplier diversity. In addition, Enterprise Holdings is committed to promoting long-term community growth and prosperity. To date, the company’s philanthropic arm, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, has contributed more than $302.5 million to thousands of local nonprofits.
  95. Ultimate Software
    Ultimate Software offers support for minorities through various affinity groups and offers benefits that specifically support women in the workplace. They offer a $20,000 “Athena Scholarship” that supports women going into tech or leadership roles and are also dedicated to giving time and money to the community. Their total annual spending on charitable giving is about $4.6 million.
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  96. Bosch
    Represented by associates of more than 150 nationalities, Bosch actively works to increase diversity in STEM fields by cultivating external partnerships and encouraging associates to serve as role models in their communities. Associates are also offered education and training in the form of apprenticeships, mentorships, and targeted development programs to solidify their skills and pursue their long-term career goals. 
  97. Linde Material Handling
    Linde Material Handling is a strong advocate for networking and offers positions all around the world. 20% of their management board are female, and leading female employees are also able to engage in special recruitment and development programs. They also have flexible working schedules for parents and older employees. 
  98. The Trade Desk
    The Trade Desk seeks diversity in their employees and in their partners. They were ranked #20 on Glassdoor’s 2017 Best Places to Work list, a 2015 Great Place to Work for Diversity, and on #72 on the Best Workplaces for Diversity. The Trade Desk was also named to Crain’s Best Places to work in NYC list for the fourth year in a row in 2017.
  99. SunTrust Banks Inc.
    SunTrust Banks is dedicated to bringing diversity and inclusion to the forefront of the banking industry. Females represent roughly 27% of company management. Through the SunTrust Foundation, SunTrust Banks. has given over $16.6 million in grants within the past year.
  100.    Talent Savant
    Talent Savant's Pro-Human mission extends to all of their employees. Built by a single mom, specifically for other women, work-life balance is held as sacred and welcome all who uphold their mission of transparency, integrity, partnership, and trust. Talent Savant’s diverse staff is their greatest strength, and they commit to investing all profits above their six-month operating budget back into their people.

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