THE 2016 DIVERSITYINC
TOP 50 COMPANIES FOR DIVERSITY

25 NOTEWORTHY COMPANIES

This list is comprised of companies whose data indicates have the potential to make The DiversityInc Top 50. These companies are judged by the same criteria, using sophisticated SAS software to analyze responses in the following areas:

  • Talent Pipeline (workforce breakdown, recruitment, diameter of existing talent)
  • Talent Development (employee resource groups, mentoring, philanthropy, movement, fairness)
  • Leadership Accountability (responsible for results, communications, visibility)
  • Supplier Diversity (Percent of Tier I and Tier II spend with minority-, women-, LGBT-, disability- and veteran-owned businesses)

Alphabetically:

Ahold USA
Altria
American Int’l Group
Aramark
Bayer
Boeing

 

Brown-Forman
Caterpillar
Cisco Systems
CVS Health
DuPont
EMC

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Express Scripts
First Data
Intel
Lockheed Martin
McCormick and Co.
Morgan Stanley

Nissan North America

Praxair
Spirit AeroSystems
The Hershey Co.
Time Warner Cable
Travelers
Walmart

2016 SPECIALTY LISTS

(See for methodology. Click list title to go to page.)

These lists are based on a metrics-driven evaluation that abandons a preconceived set number of companies on a list.

They are evaluated on group performance, and the cutoff takes place where there is a significant difference between the top companies and the next runner up.

As a result, there may be fewer than or more than 10 companies on a list.

  1. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
  2. Comerica Bank
  3. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
  4. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  5. MGM Resorts International
  6. Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
  7. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
  8. PNC Financial Services Group
  9. State Street
  10. Blue Shield of California

 

  1. Henry Ford Health System
  2. Cleveland Clinic
  3. Mount Sinai Health System
  4. Northwell Health
  5. Mayo Clinic
  6. Moffitt Cancer Center
  7. TriHealth Inc.
  8. Massachusetts General Hospital
  9. Advocate Health Care
  10. Bon Secours Health System
  1. Ameren Corporation
  2. Exelon Corporation
  3. DTE Energy
  4. Sempra Energy
  5. Pacific Gas and Electric
  6. Con Edison
  7. KCP&L
  1. AT&T
  2. Kaiser Permanente
  3. Prudential Financial
  4. PwC
  5. Novartis
  6. Sodexo
  7. EY
  8. MasterCard
  9. Johnson & Johnson
  10. Marriott International
  1. AT&T
  2. Dell
  3. Accenture
  4. Hilton Inc.
  5. Comcast NBCUniversal
  6. Kaiser Permanente
  7. Abbott
  8. Messer Construction
  9. EY
  10. Wyndham Worldwide
  11. KPMG
  12. Marriott International
  13. Anthem
  1. Northrop Grumman
  2. Lockheed Martin
  3. EY
  4. Comcast NBCUniversal
  5. Accenture
  6. Sodexo
  7. Prudential Financial
  8. Monsanto
  9. The Hartford
  1. EY
  2. KPMG
  3. Marriott International
  4. Wells Fargo
  5. Dell
  6. AT&T
  7. Accenture
  8. Time Warner
  9. Eli Lilly and Co.
  1. AT&T
  2. EY
  3. Dell
  4. New York Life
  5. Aetna
  6. Novartis
  7. Monsanto
  8. ADP
  9. Genentech
  10. Intel
  11. Hilton Inc.
  12. Eli Lilly and Co.
  1. EY
  2. KPMG
  3. Hilton Inc.
  4. AT&T
  5. PwC
  6. Deloitte
  7. Procter & Gamble
  8. Eli Lilly and Co.
  9. Accenture
  10. Sodexo
  11. IBM
  12. Kaiser Permanente
  13. Cox Communications
  14. Walmart
  15. Abbott
  1. EY
  2. Sodexo
  3. KPMG
  4. Cox Communications
  5. Abbott
  6. Northrop Grumman
  7. KeyCorp
  8. Wyndham Worldwide
  9. Procter & Gamble
  10. MasterCard
  11. TD Bank
  12. Prudential Financial
  1. Southern Company
  2. KeyCorp
  3. Praxair
  4. MassMutual Financial
  5. EMC
  6. Eli Lilly and Co.
  7. New York Life
  8. Brown-Forman
  9. Allstate Insurance
  10. Boeing
  1. Lockheed Martin
  2. Northrop Grumman
  3. The Hershey Company
  4. Prudential Financial
  5. AT&T
  6. Southern Company
  7. Boeing
  8. BASF
  9. Comcast NBCUniversal
  10. First Data
  1. EY
  2. KPMG
  3. PwC
  4. Abbott
  5. Procter & Gamble
  6. Sodexo
  7. IBM
  8. Accenture
  9. Johnson & Johnson
  10. Dell
  11. Wyndham Worldwide
  12. MasterCard