For the second year in a row, we’re honored to be named as one of LinkedIn’s Top Companies, in both the U.S. and Japan. I could share a long list of what makes Dell Technologies a great place to work, but really, every highlight would come back to our people. Together, we’ve built an award-winning company through our collective successes, our shared vision and our Culture Code. We pride ourselves on being a place where team members can be their best and do their best work, and we constantly strive to improve the experiences of our team members.
And, it’s safe to say that our hard work continues to pay off. The fourth annual Top Companies list celebrates people making an impact in the professional world and ranks the 50 most sought-after companies to work for in each country. As informed by more than 610 million professionals on LinkedIn, Dell Technologies excels in areas such as:
- Interest in the company
- Engagement with employees
- Job interest and retention.
None of this would be possible without our people.
Beyond the industry-leading, award-winning innovation of our products and services, our culture is what truly brings us together and attracts top talent. The accolades we continue to receive are a testimony to the passion and dedication shown throughout our workforce, and we’re always looking to grow our family. I encourage you to learn more about our career opportunities.
Steve Price serves as Dell’s Chief Human Resources Officer, leading both Human Resources and Global Facilities. As CHRO, Steve is responsible for setting the overall HR strategy and solving the biggest culture, leadership, talent, and performance challenges of Dell and Dell EMC.
Steve positions the work of HR to accelerate the performance of the company, create a culture where our team members can be their best and do their best work, and differentiate our company with inspiring leaders.
This work allows us to be celebrated as a great company and great place to work. We are widely recognized for our industry-leading practices in team member engagement, Diversity and Inclusion, Connected Workplace, and Employee Resource Groups.
Steve joined Dell in 1997 and has served in many key leadership roles throughout the HR organization, including vice president of HR operations, global talent management, and vice president of HR for the global consumer business, and Americas, and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Human Resources. Prior to joining Dell, Steve spent 13 years with SC Johnson Wax in Racine, Wisconsin. Having started his career there in sales, he later moved into HR where he held a variety of senior positions.
Steve is the executive sponsor for the Black Employee Resource Group, dedicated to creating opportunities for black team members to build relationships across the company which help them grow and thrive. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma.