Archived: No. 13 | Procter & Gamble | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST

KEY RESULTS


  • Blacks, Latinos and Asians in Senior Management: Double the average of U.S. companies overall
  • Women in Senior Management: 32% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Blacks, Latinos and Asians in Total Management: 8% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Women in Total Management: 8% higher than U.S. companies overall
  • Mentoring by All Managers: 28% higher than U.S. companies overall

BEST PRACTICES

The consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble has earned a spot on the DiversityInc Top 50 list more than 10 times. The company values employees’ uniqueness. Procter & Gamble has several employee resource groups, including groups for Native Americans and corporate women’s leadership.

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

David S. Taylor

President and CEO

“Diversity and Inclusion elevates our collective thinking, improving our ability to win with consumers. We want each and every P&Ger to be able to show up at work as themselves and have every opportunity to contribute their best to serving the world’s consumers and create winning shareholder value.”

William Gipson

Chief Diversity Officer

“Our D&I mission is Everyone Valued, Everyone Included, Everyone Performing at Their PeakTM. It’s who we are, it’s what we believe, it’s how we operate, and it’s how we’ll win.”

COMPANY FACTS

PG (NYSE)

U.S. HEADQUARTERS

Cincinnati, Ohio

GLOBAL EMPLOYEES

106,500

Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking No. 10

DiversityInc Lists

No. 5 Global Diversity

No. 7 Mentoring

No. 9 Diversity Councils

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