Previous DiversityInc Specialty List Winners

2016


Top Company for LGBT Employees: EY

Top Company for Supplier Diversity: AT&T

Top Company for Recruitment: AT&T

Top Regional Company: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Top Company for Employee Resource Groups: AT&T

Top Company for Veterans: Lockheed Martin Corporation

Top Company for People with Disabilities: Northrop Grumman

Top Company for Diversity Councils: EY

Top Company for Mentoring: EY

Top Hospital and Health System: Henry Ford Health System

Top Company for Global Diversity: EY

Top Utility: Ameren

2015

Top Company for LGBT Employees: Wells Fargo

Top Company for Supplier Diversity: AT&T

Top Company for Recruitment: PricewaterhouseCoopers

Top Regional Company: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Top Company for Employee Resource Groups: Merck & Co.

Top Company for Veterans: Northrop Grumman

Top Company for People with Disabilities: EY

Top Company for Diversity Councils: EY

Top Company for Mentoring: EY

Top Hospital and Health System: Henry Ford Health System

Top Company for Global Diversity: IBM

Top Utility: Ameren

2014

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Top Company for Inclusive Culture: MasterCard Worldwide

Top Company for Mentoring: Sodexo

Top Company for Diversity Councils: EY

Top Company for Employee Resource Groups: Merck & Co.

Top Company for Supplier Diversity: Wyndham Worldwide

Top Company for Global Diversity: Accenture

2013

Top Company for Global Cultural Competence: Monsanto

Top Company for Community Philanthropy: Cox Communications

Top Company for Employee Engagement: Toyota Motor North America

Top Company for Talent Development: Time Warner

Top Company for Supplier Diversity: AT&T

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress: BASF

Top Company for Mentoring: Target

2012

Top Company for Global Cultural Competence: Ernst & Young

Top Company for Community Development: Wells Fargo

Top Company for Working Families: Eli Lilly and Company

Top Company for Talent Pipeline: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Top Company for Resource Groups: Dell

Top Company for Supplier Diversity: Marriott International

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress: Kellogg Company

Top Company for Executive Development: Kraft Foods

2011

Top Company for Working Families:ADP

Top Company for Employee-Resource Groups:American Express

Top Company for Executive Development:Kaiser Permanente

Top Company for Global Cultural Competence:IBM

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress:Southern Company

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress:CSX

Top Company for Talent Pipeline:KPMG

Top Company for Community Development:Prudential Financial

2010

Top Company for Executive Development:Ernst & Young

Top Company for Global Cultural Competence:Procter & Gamble

Top Company for Talent Pipeline:AT&T

Top Company for Employee-Resource Groups:Aetna

Top Company for Diversity-Management Progress:JCPenney

Top Company for Generational Communications:Deloitte

Top Company for Community Development:Rockwell Collins

Top Company for Working Families:Pfizer

2009

Top Company for Generational Communications:Accenture

Top Company for Community Development:Aetna

Top Company for Talent Pipeline:Cox Communications

Top Company for Executive Development:Sodexo

Top Company for Global Cultural Competence:Novartis AG

Top Company for Employee-Resource Groups:KPMG

Top Company for Working Families:PricewaterhouseCoopers

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