We are working to create a
more inclusive company and world

Diversity by the Numbers

To guide our efforts, we manage, measure and report key inclusion and representation metrics that we believe signify our performance in these areas. Our aspirations are to achieve:

  • Labor force representation among women across the world at all organizational levels;
  • Labor force representation of each ethnic group in the U.S. (13% Black, 18% Latin, 6% Asian) at all organizational levels, and;
  • Achieving inclusion scores in the top quartile of measured companies

Global Gender Data & Trends

Overall Representation by Gender

In 2021, women represented 52% of our salaried and clerical workforce.

Hiring by Gender

We continue to hire women at a rate equal to or greater than the rate of men.

Gender Representation: Global Management

Senior Managers/Directors

We are still working to increase gender representation at our senior manager/director level.

Vice Presidents and above

We continue to make progress in advancing women at the VP level and will continue to work towards gender parity.

Global Gender Data & Trends

Overall Representation by Ethnicity

Total People of Color representation is in line with the U.S. Labor Force, however we need to make progress advancing LatinX and Blacks.

Senior Managers/Directors

We have essentially achieved or exceeded labor force representation at this organizational level for Asians and LatinX. We are demonstrating improvement over time for Blacks but increasing our efforts to see faster progress.

Vice Presidents and above

We are pleased to see the result of our efforts showing increased representation of LatinX and Asians in our most senior positions to achieve or exceed labor force representation. Gains in promotion and hiring for Black executives were offset by retirements during the pandemic. We expect to make progress in this area in 2022.

Hiring by Ethnicity


With 80% of our U.S. candidate slates containing at least 50% diverse candidates, we have been able to increase overall Black representation. We will continue using diverse hiring slates to improve overall representation.

Senior Managers/Directors/Vice Presidents and above

We saw a decrease in LatinX hiring senior managers/directors due to a slowdown in hiring in the U.S. that resulted from COVID-19. In 2022 we will work to address this decrease.

You can find our most recently filed Federal Employer Information EEO-1 Reports here, representing our US employees as of December 2021. The categories in the EEO-1 are prescribed by the federal government and do not represent how our workforce is organized or how we measure our progress. As a result, we believe the information reported above may provide a more useful and meaningful reflection of our company’s diversity.

Please read the complete 2022 Diversity Report to fully understand our beliefs, strategy and actions

Reports and Downloads