No. 15 | Dow
Jim FitterlingChairman and CEO
“Team Dow delivered a record-breaking year of financial performance for our company, fueled by our commitment to advance inclusion, diversity and equity for all. This is further evidence for what we already knew – our business succeeds when our employees thrive. Dow’s placement on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list is a recognition of our progress, because it allows us to be measured among the best and motivates us to continue to achieve progress and results.”
Karen S. CarterChief Human Resources Officer and Chief Inclusion Officer
“In 2021, we again faced many challenges, but with Team Dow’s perseverance and commitment to our core values and strategic priorities, we kept moving forward. We are honored and humbled to be recognized by DiversityInc for our intentional efforts to build an inclusive culture, advance diversity in our workforce and ensure equity for all.”
From The Company
Our Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Strategy – ALL IN 2025 – focuses on leading with inclusion, elevating our focus on diversity, and embedding equity into our practices, policies, and processes.
We have outlined bold new actions to deliver breakthrough results by 2025, while amplifying transparency and accountability as an expectation. These updates build on our 2017 – 2020 progress, reflect our continued commitment and resolve and set a tone and expectation for sustainable progress going forward.
Through deliberate focus and intentional actions, we delivered meaningful results and visible progress in 2021. This includes:
• Exceeding annual representation goals for U.S. ethnic minorities, women globally, and women in people leadership globally.
• Redefining best-in-class ERG participation with 52.4% of our employees participating in at least one of our 10 ERGs globally. On average, ERG participants reported 9% higher overall satisfaction with Dow than non-ERG participants.
• Surpassed target and achieved $144 million in certified diverse supplier spend; retained 81% of diverse suppliers and generated $5.76MM positive EBIT impact to our bottom-line.
• Expanded accountability for inclusion and diversity by linking I&D metrics to the annual performance award bonus for all people leaders senior directors and above.
U.S. Headquarters: Midland, MI
U.S. Employees: 17,000
2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 19
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Other DiversityInc Lists
No. 1, Top Companies for Executive Diversity Councils
No. 6, Top Companies for People with Disabilities (PwD)
No. 9, Top Companies for Black Executives
No. 12, Top Companies for Latino Executives
No. 15, Top Companies for Native American and Pacific Islander Executives (NAPI)
No. 17, Top Companies for Employee Resource Groups (ERG)
No. 25, Top Companies for Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)