IBM has more than 100 years of work on diversity, inclusion and equality in the workplace. That legacy, and our continued commitment to advance equity in a global society, has made us leaders in diversity and inclusion.
Guided by our values and beliefs, we’re proud to foster an environment where every IBMer is able to thrive because of their differences, not in spite of them.
“ Diverse teams are critical to making better business decisions and feeding innovation. At IBM, diversity and inclusion is not only a set of policies and programs—it’s essential to our business strategy and for our company’s culture to thrive…and for society overall.
Everyone deserves to thrive because of who they are - not despite who they are. To me, fostering diversity and inclusion is about ensuring everyone feels safe and appreciated to bring their full identity to work.
More than ever before, it’s important we acknowledge the driving forces behind a more diverse and inclusive society, and consider our role in contributing to them. ”
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Good Tech Starts with the Right People
IBM has a proud history of championing technology for good. The recent global disruption may have exposed entrenched inequalities in our society, but it has also strengthened our resolve to use technology to achieve a future that is brighter for all, not just a few.
How IBM supports Diversity & Inclusion
A Culture of Inclusion & Belonging
The more visible we can make diversity, the more people who identify in various diverse groups will feel welcomed, safe, included and valued.
Helping Employees with Disability Cope In the “New Normal
IBM’s ‘Accommodations Policy’ aims to remove systemic barriers and supports IBMers with diverse abilities to perform their roles.
IBMers celebrating an inclusive workplace
Celebrating Pride Month in the New Normal
IWD Femme in STEM Experience
Supporting the Victoria Pride Centre
Advancing Accessibility in IBM
National Reconciliation Week 2020
Neurodiversity at IBM
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