Dell Technologies is Recognized Again as an Ethical Leader

Integrity is more than part of the culture at Dell. It is a foundational building block in our Progress Made Real 2030 plans for ourselves and our partners that will enable us to deepen our customer relationships.

As a testament to the depth of our commitment to the Progress Made Real goals, I’m pleased to announce that Dell has been recognized as one of the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies for the 7th year in a row by Ethisphere, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices. Grounded in Ethisphere’s proprietary Ethics Quotient®, the World’s Most Ethical Companies assessment process includes more than 200 questions on culture, environmental and social practices, ethics and compliance activities, governance, diversity and initiatives to support a strong value chain. This prestigious award recognizes Dell’s commitment to integrity and our promise to continue to strive to live our purpose and values in all we do.

In the words of Michael Dell, “at Dell Technologies we realize that long-term success means creating value across a broad set of stake holders, including the global society, our local communities, our customers, partners, team members and investors. Foundational to that is an uncompromising commitment to acting ethically and with integrity, and we are honored to be recognized for the seventh straight year as one of The World’s Most Ethical Companies.”

And I couldn’t agree more, which is why I would like to thank our partners and customers who continue to push us toward greater excellence in how we operate and conduct business. We know our culture and how we run our business matters to you. And thank you to our global team members who live by the Dell Technologies Code of Conduct and demonstrate how we win daily.

About the Author: Michael McLaughlin

Mike McLaughlin is Dell’s Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and a Legal Senior Vice President who leads the following global functions at Dell: employment law, employment litigation, ethics, compliance and privacy. Prior to joining Dell in 2000, Mike was at Rohm and Haas Company (now a part of Dow Chemical Company) and Morgan, Lewis and Bockius. Mike graduated summa cum laude from Washington and Lee University School of Law and clerked for the Honorable Judge James L. Latchum, United States District Court, District of Delaware.