THE 2010 DIVERSITYINC
TOP 10 COMPANIES FOR Global Diversity
To determine this list, we looked at companies that have strong global presences and then asked them a series of questions that
include: the use of global employee-resource groups, mandatory diversity training globally, and specific cultural-competence training for relocating employees and their families. We factored in results from the first separate DiversityInc global diversity study, for
which 45 companies submitted data on 12 countries.
Procter & Gamble
American Express Co.
Merck & Co.
have formal programs to prepare employees
to work outside of their native countries and
90 percent have formal programs to prepare
the employees’ families
Regional Utility Companies
DiversityInc separated out regional utilities because their workforces are more geographically concise than most other companies
competing for a spot. The five companies on this list earned the highest scores in their industries in the four areas our survey measures: CEO Commitment, Human Capital, Corporate and Organizational Communications, and Supplier Diversity.
Consolidated Edison Co. of New York
Southern California Edison
100% have quotes about diversity from their CEOs on their corporate web sites
New this year, this list looks at regional hospital systems, factoring in their geographical talent sources and evaluating them on the
same metrics as the DiversityInc Top 50.
Henry Ford Health System
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital
HOLDING PEOPLE ACCOUNTABLE
80% of CEOs sign off on executive compensa- tion tied to diversity
DiversityInc’s event in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 8–9 will focus on employee engagement.
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