Social - People & Communities
Our commitment to inclusiveness, diversity, and respect in all areas of our business leads to happier employees and customers, and more opportunities for all. Here are some highlights.
We invest in our people by offering a wide variety of training and
personal development programs. In 2019, 97% of our salaried employees
participated in a development conversation with their manager.
Our pledge to increase supplier diversity is paying off, as we have
seen our supplier diversity scores improve 18% and, in 2019, we
purchased $532 million in goods and services from diverse-owned
businesses in 2019.
Advancing mobility, shelter, nutrition — these are the foundational pillars of our work to establish healthy and happy communities.
We believe in putting more into society than we take out.
Through philanthropy and humanitarian work, our Foundation’s
purpose is to develop charitable partnerships that help build
comfortable, sustainable, efficient and educated communities.
A look at our list of over 200 donor recipients exemplifies our priorities in diversity, education, and opportunity.
We’ve created a common vision for corporate citizenship, one that is dedicated to improving lives in the communities where we’re located.
In giving back to our communities, we’re focusing on six key areas: sustainability, disaster relief, matching gifts, education, volunteerism, and employee opportunity.
We make it our priority to build a winning work culture that is values-based, inclusive, and engages and develops people.
October 21, 2020Reducing Hunger and Food Waste in our Communities
We invest in the long-term well-being and development of our associates and communities.
Opportunity for All
We’re focusing on our workforce and communities by strengthening economic mobility and bolstering quality of life.
How We'll Do It
Among many initiatives, we’ll achieve enhanced workforce diversity reflective of our communities, seek gender parity in leadership roles, and provide wellness offerings for our global employee population.
of leadership positions were held by women in 2019
of new suppliers are screened on human rights and labor practices