With America still reeling from the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd and broad national outcry over racial injustice, IBM this week sent letters to the Governors of three states–South Carolina, Arkansas, and Wyoming—that do not have hate crime laws on the books. The letters urged South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, Arkansas […]
Today’s ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court means that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act will now protect all LGBT+ Americans from employment discrimination.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna today sent the following letter to Congress outlining detailed policy proposals to advance racial equality in our nation.
IBM is pleased to present Vision 2024: our priorities for technology policy in the EU for the new five-year mandate of the European Commission and the European Parliament.
Equality and fairness are American values. Creating an equal and open workplace, where every employee is free to bring their whole self to work without fear of discrimination, should be the goal of every business.
IBM today reaffirmed its commitment to the transgender community and its strong support for legislation to protect the rights of transgender individuals.
IBM today joins business leaders and employers to show our support for equal marriage in Northern Ireland. Click here to read the full letter of support from the Businesses for Love Equality coalition. IBM’s statement is below: