We are a recognized global leader in corporate social responsibility and sustainability. Award recognition is an affirmation that these efforts have a positive impact.
Dell has scored 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index for 14 consecutive years, paving the way for LGBT equality in the technology sector.
Dell's first-of-its-kind Ocean Plastics packaging program was recognized at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show as a Best of Innovation honoree.
Once again, Dell was recognized by Ethisphere as one the world's Most Ethical Companies. This is the fifth consecutive year we've achieved this award.
For the first time, Dell was included in Fortune magazine’s list of the 50 companies that are doing the most to solve societal problems.
The Human Rights Campaign named Dell as a Best Place to Work in 2019 as part of their annual Corporate Equality Index.
Readers of Careers & the disABLED magazine named the employers they believed would provide a progressive environment for people with disabilities. Dell made the Top 15.
The Human Rights Campaign named Dell as a Best Place to Work in 2018 as part of their annual Corporate Equality Index.
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries recognized Dell’s efforts to incorporate recyclability into products.
Dell was named to the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs Corporate Information Transparency Index in 2017 for our work with our supply chain throughout China.
Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies ranked Dell Technologies in second place in the computer industry.
This year, Dell were ranked 9th on FlexJobs 100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs.
Dell was named the No. 1 company globally for working with a diverse group of suppliers.
TGen, the Translational Genomics Research Institute, recognised Dell's work in helping find cures for rare and deadly childhood cancers with the 2017 John S McCain Leadership award.
Dell Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Brian Reaves, has been recognized a Top Executive in cultivating safe corporate environment that reflects the diversity of the country.
SupplyChainBrain and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals honored Dell as the 2016 Innovation Award recipient for our work at every step of our supply chain.
This year, Dell qualified as one of Military Times Best for Vets Employers for its culture and policies for military-connected employees.
2017 Change Alliance named Dell one of the Top Companies for Women Technologists. Dell has been celebrated for its commitment to understanding its place in gender equality, and how to further improve.
Dell Canada was honored by the Recycling Council of British Columbia for our work with closed-loop recycling.
Dell received an honorable mention from the EPA for our work in diverting e-waste from landfills.
Dell was named as an employer with a longstanding commitment to bringing equality to LGBT employees in the workplace.
Dell has been recognized as one of the top employers for Latinos in 2018. Dell’s Employee Resource Group – which supports Hispanic and Latino communities - has more than 1,500 members across North America.