Workforce Commitment

Dell believes that a fully engaged workforce is a competitive advantage. That’s why our definition of diversity and inclusion is simple. It’s about helping Dell succeed with a global workforce that is highly talented, committed and reflective of our global customers.
  1. Advancing Diversity and Inclusion at Dell

    Dell is committed to inclusion and diversity. Our mission is to succeed in the marketplace by fostering a winning culture in which Dell employees are talented, committed, reflective of our global customers and recognized as our greatest strength.

  2. 2014 Working Mother 100 Best Companies' List Recognizes Dell

    Working Mother magazine ranked Dell among the 100 Best Companies for the seventh year in a row. Dell's commitment to work-life flexibility extends to all parents and employees with Flexible Work Solutions and the Connected Work Place

  3. Dell Awarded Perfect Score in 2012 Corporate Equality Index

    Dell earned a perfect score of 100 percent for the seventh consecutive time in the 2012 Corporate Equality Index — an annual survey administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.

  4. Diversity Education & Training

    Dell's diversity strategy is focused on driving an environment of inclusion, where employees are embraced and accepted as an integral part of the team wherever they work.

  5. Dell's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

    Dell believes that in order to be a successful company and a great place to work, our business must be able to leverage the similarities and differences of all team members.

  6. Diversity Awards and Recognition

    Dell has been recognized by numerous publications and multicultural groups for its diversity efforts.

  7. Diversity FAQs

    What is Dell's definition of "global diversity"? What makes it global?

  8. Dell’s 2014 Working Mother Of The Year: Peggy Richmond

    For nearly 8 years, Peggy Richmond, Compensation and Benefits Sr. Consultant, has worn a Dell badge. Although being a working mom requires a daily balance, Peggy believes it’s important for her girls to see her going to work every day. “They need to see me providing for my family and enjoying what I do, but at the end of the day, still coming home and being their mom,” she says.

  9. Employee Health and Wellness

    Dell delivers multiple programs that help employees keep themselves and their families healthy.

  10. Dell’s 2013 Working Mother of the Year: Penne Allen

    In recognizing Penne, Dell considered her vision for success at work and at home, her approach to work-life flexibility, and how Dell’s programs and policies support her personal and professional life.

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