Dell identifies emerging trends in Diversity and Inclusion, developing insights that build and sustain growth through best practices. Our D&I strategy ensures Dell is a place where our team members feel able to bring their full-selves to work and our customers feel understood.
Dell's Diversity and Inclusion strategy is built on three key pillars:
Commitment: Senior leadership commits to and is accountable for hiring a diverse workforce that drives innovation, reflects different customer perspectives and attracts top talent.
Communities and Partnerships: We promote our brand externally with diverse candidates, customers and communities as a premier employer and supplier and as a leader committed to action and change.
Culture: We foster employee engagement and organizational effectiveness by creating a workplace where differences are valued and everyone belongs.
Our strategy is brought to life through initiatives aimed across the organization and initiatives aimed at increasing diversity and nurturing an inclusive culture. These initiatives helpus recruit, develop, and retain diverse team members, helping them succeed and grow at Dell. We believe the success of our D&I programs is indicated by our team member engagement.
|Team Member Engagement|
Engaged team members are critical to shaping a culture where everyone belongs and is a part of a high-performing company that wins customers, accelerates change and drives human progress. We are constantly striving to improve engagement and use our annual employee survey and 2020 Legacy of Good goals to do so.
Dell's 13 award-winning Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) currently engage more than 37,000 team members in more than 300 chapters in 60+ countries. Additionally, we are committed to growing & supporting our LGBTQ, disabled, and veteran workforce through ever-expanding initiatives and partnerships.Discover More ›
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Ethnic & Cultural Empowerment
As a diversified global company, we have the power to impact the tech industry and every geography we serve. From being the first IT company to participate in the Catalyst program MARC (Many Advocating Real Change) to developing robust STEM initiatives, we are innovating to knock down barriers and eliminate bias.