For the third year in a row, I’m thrilled to announce that Dell has made the DiversityInc list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity — ranking 37 among an impressive group of more than 900 companies dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Our team member base draws from more than 80 countries. Together, we bring different languages, background, cultures, talents, career experiences and ways of thinking that help us reach customers and communities around the globe. Dell characterizes global diversity by similarities and differences, defining it more broadly than just race, gender and ethnicity. It's about diversity of thinking, leadership, skill set and style. And by harnessing our differences in pursuit of common business goals, our teams can bring about innovation and new ways of achieving objectives.
Diversity at Dell starts with our CEO’s commitment, and is carried through our Global Diversity Council, which brings together members of the Executive Leadership Team and other executives to advocate and set goals for diversity and inclusion. It touches every aspect of our business, from how we interact with customers, to how we spend with our suppliers, to how we engage in philanthropy. Let me give you a few concrete examples:
Quite simply, diversity at Dell is a business imperative. I invite you to learn more at Dell.com/diversity.
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