2015 Diversity Leader Citigroup, Inc. Headquarters: New York, New York CEO: Michael Corbat Employees: 250,000 Recent Recognition Includes: Working Mother Magazine, named one of the 100 Best Companies 24 times, and among the Best Companies for Multicultural Women Latina Style Magazine, one of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas To Work For... Read more
2015 Diversity Leader Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Headquarters: Detroit, Michigan CEO: Daniel J. Loepp Employees: 7,651 Recent Recognition Includes: DiversityInc, Top 10 Regional Companies List, #8 SASHE, LLC, Great Companies for Women in Metro Detroit, #2 DiversityBusiness.com, Top 50 Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities Diversity MBA Magazine,... Read more
2015 Diversity Leader Army & Air Force Exchange Service (The Exchange) Headquarters: Dallas, TX CEO: Thomas C. Shull Employees: 29,000 civilian and military personnel Recent Recognition Includes: Military Times, Best for Vets: Employer, 2014 MilitaryFriendly.com , Top 50 Military Spouse-Friendly Employers, 2014 Military Spouse and G.I. Job, Top Employer... Read more
Educate. Equip. Empower.

CVS Caremark’s Colleague Resource Groups (CRGs) are valuable resources to both colleagues and external partners. CRGs focusing on disability issues, as well as the needs of veterans, help the company collaborate with local, state, and federal governments, community-based organizations, and other companies to educate, equip, and empower CVS Caremark colleagues and community members to reach their full potential.

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Diversity is Everybody’s Business

Over the past several years, Coca Cola Enterprises has honed its focus on diversity and built a foundation for inclusion companywide. This has resulted in the organization introducing engaging and innovative programs, obtaining the enthusiastic support of senior leadership, and generally gaining momentum.

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There are many business reasons why companies recognize the need to build a diverse workforce and sustain it with a robust strategy. However, for the strategy to be effective, it must be rooted in the company’s vision, brand, and business goals.

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Capital One has been committed to diversity since the company’s founding in 1994. Seen from the start as a significant competitive advantage, the company has always worked to put individual and cultural differences to work to add value to the business. An essential part of Capital One’s approach is to bring together associates with diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences that reflect the customers and communities the organization serves.

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As Caesars Entertainment Corporation grows and expands into new markets, the organization continues to integrate its cognitive diversity model into all internal learning and development efforts across the enterprise, and to enhance and promote its corporate culture as one of inclusion-driven opportunity. In new and potential business locations (including... Read more

A recognized leader in diversity and inclusion (D&I) for many years, Booz Allen embraces the idea that inclusion drives innovation, engagement, and improved business results.

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At BASF Corporation, the focus is on attracting and retaining the best people from all backgrounds, and on building an inclusive environment in which differences are valued. The company’s regional diversity council guides the development and implementation of its diversity and inclusion strategy.

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