We are passionate about driving human progress and creating an open and inclusive work enviroment. We can't do it alone, we must work together to be the employer of choice for all.
Building a workforce that’s representative of the diverse and global customers we serve is not only morally correct, it’s a business imperative. Homogenous companies can easily fall prey to groupthink and talent shortages.
Both are bad for business. Inclusive companies innovate at the highest levels and have incredibly positive employee engagement and retention. We partner with our HR teams to ensure the needs of our current and future employees are met.
The Diversity Action Council (DAC) was formed in 2019 and formalized as a team in early 2020 with the purpose to align and maximize global efforts across HR and Facilities to enable our Progress Made Real: 2030 Plan Diversity & Inclusion goals.
With the 2030 Plan as their north star, the DAC will help us get to 2030 by fully activating our commitment and accountabilities for growing a diverse team that delivers innovation and value to customers and the community. Additionally, they want to advance an inclusive environment that attracts and develops the world's best talent.
To serve tomorrow’s customers well, we need more students studying STEM today, and we need to give adults more opportunity to do STEM work. We can’t fill our talent pipeline without closing the diversity gap. Through Talent Acquisition’s diversity programs like the Neurodiversity/Autism Hiring Program, we’re fostering a workplace the not only welcomes diverse talent but sets them up for success at Dell Technologies.
We want team members to embrace their passion and experience in a supportive environment, that’s why we remove the barriers that keep diverse talent from finding meaningful employment.
Through University Relations' diversity programs like Better Together, Dell has one centralized diversity strategy for intern, campus hires and recent grads. This program enables us to build pipelines of Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino candidates, and includes financial investments in tools and capabilities, human capital, memberships and scholarships.
Through an end-to-end relationship strategy, we connect campuses with innovation, talent attraction, education and potential research opportunities.
Learn how we are building a workforce that is inclusive and represents the diverse and global customers we serve.
Hear from some of our global team members on how we are ensuring Dell Technologies is made up of the most exceptional talent, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or background.