• Cultivating Inclusion Goal

      By 2030, 25% of our U.S. workforce and 15% of our U.S. people leaders will be those who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

      Dell Technologies is actively creating an inclusive workplace by expanding our global talent pipeline for underrepresented minorities. Our talent acquisition team understands that cultivating inclusion requires an accessible, equitable workplace that is attractive to underserved communities.

      Ensuring a pipeline of diverse talent requires focus as well as a strong and expansive strategy. We are collaborating with nonprofits, government and academia to develop innovative technology solutions, provide charitable donations, and share expertise that addresses the challenges faced by the underrepresented and underserved talent around the world. 

    Goal Performance to Date About Our Performance in FY21 Related U.N. Sustainable
    Development Goals

    By 2030, 25% of our U.S. workforce and 15% of our U.S. people leaders will be those who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    By 2030, 25% of our U.S. workforce will be those who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    Percentage of U.S workforce who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    In FY21, 14.2% of our U.S. workforce were individuals who voluntarily self-identified as Black/African American or Hispanic/Latino. This represents a 0.9 percentage point increase compared to our FY20 baseline. We attribute this increase to our enhanced strategic focus on our 2030 Cultivating Inclusion goals by Dell Technologies’ leadership and team members, as well as partnerships through our university relations, Better Together pipeline schools, and Project Immersion program, which are all critical to acquiring top diverse talent. In FY21, we updated this goal to reflect more inclusive wording.18
    By 2030, 15% of our U.S. people leaders will be those who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    Percentage of people leaders in the U.S. workforce who identify as Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino minorities

    In FY21, 11.3% of our U.S. people leaders were individuals who voluntarily self-identified as Black/African American or Hispanic/Latino. This represents a 1.4 percentage point increase compared to our FY20 baseline. We attribute this increase to our enhanced strategic focus on our 2030 Cultivating Inclusion goals by Dell Technologies’ leadership and team members, as well as programs aimed to advance diverse talent in leadership, like Level Up, and partnerships including those with the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility and Black Enterprise. In FY21, we updated this goal to reflect more inclusive wording.19

    • 18, 19 “U.S. workforce” refers to Dell Technologies badged employees, including regular, full-time, part-time, intern and fixed-term status with country location as United States (inclusive of Puerto Rico) and excluding those working for Secureworks and VMware. As of Sept. 1, 2020, Dell Technologies completed the divestiture of RSA to Symphony Technology Group; therefore, RSA employees are no longer included within this FY21 data. FY21 reporting is dated 1/29/21.