- Latinos in Senior Leadership: 45.7% more than the Top 50
- Women Among Those Promoted Into Management: 33.9% more than the Top 50
- Level 1 Sponsoring ERGs: 32.7% more than the Top 50
Eli Lilly and Company conducted extensive research this year on the career progression of its female employees. With this knowledge, Lilly plans to solidify its best practices around talent management for women. The company also plans to conduct similar studies for its Black, Hispanic and Latino employees. Lilly is also planning to roll out a Conscious Inclusion training.
President and CEO
Monique Hunt McWilliams
Chief Diversity Officer
"At Lilly, our focus is on building an inclusive workplace that values and embraces difference. Our culture of inclusion is about making sure everyone feels valued, respected and engaged so that their contributions enable Lilly to successfully advance its business goals."
U.S. Headquarters: Indianapolis, Ind.
Global Employees: 41,973
Last Year's DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 26
• No. 8 People with Disabilities
• No. 8 Progress
• No. 9 Mentoring
• No. 11 Employee Resource Groups
• No. 11 Supplier Diversity
• LGBT Employees