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People

To truly understand and respond to the broad needs of our global customer base, our workforce must mirror our customers. To do this, we have more people in more places around the world, with almost two-thirds of Dell’s team members working outside the U.S.

At Dell, we are diverse by design because we believe the differences of our team members are a competitive advantage. We also know that building a team with diverse backgrounds is a key enabler of innovation, and through innovation, we’ll continue to transform our company.

Diversity & Inclusion

Dell believes that 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.

Customers with disabilities

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender

African-American

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Diversity Partnerships

Dell creates mutually beneficial partnerships with national civic organizations, professional development organizations, and multicultural business and community groups in advancing our marketplace and workplace diversity and inclusion activities.

Business Partnerships

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Employee Resource Groups

Our employees are an incredible force focused on building a greater level of involvement in our global diversity practices across our business.

Building Relationships in Diverse Group Environments (BRIDGE)

Women in Search of Excellence (Wise)

Employee Resource Groups Overview

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Employees in Action

We are proud of our employees who are working around the world to build stronger communities, create a supportive workplace and promote diversity and inclusion inside and outside our workplace.

Bobbi Dangerfield

Gina Cano

Victoria Battaglia

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Workforce Commitment

Dell believes that a fully engaged workforce is a competitive advantage. That’s why our definition of diversity and inclusion is simple.

Advancing Diversity and Inclusion at Dell

2013 Working Mother 100 Best Companies' List Recognizes Dell

Dell Awarded Perfect Score in 2012 Corporate Equality Index

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Corporate Responsibility Report
FY14 Progress Points 
BulletThe Foundations of Leadership training was completed by 79 percent of newly promoted leaders  
BulletIncreased the number of locations offering a Connected Workplace option to 44, up from 37 the previous year
 
BulletThanks to the Connected Workplace program, 6,700 metric tons of greenhouse gases were avoided 
BulletCorporate Responsibility Report
 

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