Comcast NBCUniversal Named a Top Workplace for Women by Fortune Magazine

Originally published at corporate.comcast.com. Comcast NBCUniversal ranked No. 6 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.

 

Comcast NBCUniversal was recognized for the fifth consecutive year by Fortune Magazine as one of the top workplaces for women, placing #11 out of 75 companies featured on their annual list for 2021.

According to Fortune, the Best Workplaces for Women list is determined by a partnership with Fortune and the people analytics firm, Great Place to Work, by analyzing anonymous survey feedback representing more than 5.6 million United States employees.  Comcast NBCUniversal rose 10 spots from its 2020 ranking.

Comcast NBCUniversal believes in creating spaces where our employees can feel valued and supported. Through our Women’s Network employee resource group, employees are given the opportunity to connect, empower one another, and advance their careers through professional growth opportunities. Our Women’s Network at Comcast NBCUniversal is made up of nearly 21,000 members across Comcast, NBCUniversal, and Sky, from all levels of the organization. This is just one of the many benefits provided to employees to help them thrive in the workplace.

This award follows other great recognitions for Comcast NBCUniversal for 2021, such as placing on Fast Company’s ‘Best Workplaces for Innovators’ list, Fortune’s Most Admired Companies list, LinkedIn’s ‘Top Companies’ list, and more.

Jobseekers can explore opportunities at comcastcareers.comnbcunicareers.com, and through Comcast NBCUniversal’s LinkedIn page.

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