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Baha, retail store leader, talking to a customer. Quote by My biggest responsibility is hiring. Because who we hire today is our culture tomorrow. He credits his international background for his ability to adapt to different cultures and circumstances.
And those skills come into play every day. When hiring, Baha looks for two things: At this scale, even small percentage point changes can affect thousands of people. Through their experiences and backgrounds, they bring leadership, technical skills, and a spirit of collaboration to Apple.
We believe a welcoming community is important not just for Veterans, but for all our employees. So we created Diversity Network Associations DNAswhich are communities centered around shared interests and beliefs.
The Apple Veterans Association welcomes those who have served, their families, and any employee who wants to support and learn more about the military. It also helps Veterans with their transition to the workforce. Carolyn, engineering project manager. Quote by In the military, everyone works together to get things done.
Army, Carolyn knows the importance of teamwork. She soon joined the Apple Veterans Association and was assigned a fellow member to help her with her transition to Apple. Raunaq, a wireless test engineer. The group has helped him connect with others on the same religious path and with those who want to better understand his beliefs.
In the United States, underrepresented minorities earn one dollar for every dollar white employees earn.
Every year, we examine the compensation employees receive and make adjustments where necessary to ensure that we maintain pay equity. LGBTQ rights are human rights. And I want to give something back. I think we walk the talk here. A lot has changed since then.
Sprite now lives in the United States, lives openly as a woman, and supports other trans people at Apple. When she transferred to California, she began the process of transitioning. And she helped create a process for Apple employees to update personal information to match their gender identity in internal systems like email.
So everyone has the opportunity to create, work, and play.
Matthew, embedded firmware engineer, with his dog. Could I use it? And he appreciates that Apple designs and integrates systems like these into its products.
He knows firsthand what a challenge it can be to do that. And what a difference it can make. We have always believed education is the great equalizer. Through our partnership with Historically Black Colleges and Universities, we welcomed our second class of Thurgood Marshall College Fund scholars to Apple in summer We look forward to welcoming our third class next summer.
Coding is the language of the future. And everyone should have the opportunity to learn it. When Maurita started as an Apple Scholar, she felt an immediate sense of belonging, in part because she found female mentors who shared her passion for coding and design.
And WWDC was our largest and most diverse yet. Our commitment to diversity extends to our suppliers. We make thoughtful and inclusive decisions and seek out certified diverse suppliers. We value diverse marketplaces.
Instead of relying solely on large financial institutions for our bond offerings, we actively seek out financial institutions owned by minorities, women, and Veterans to distribute our bonds to their investors. Meaningful change takes time.Delhi Business Review?
Vol. 2, No. 2, July - December MANAGING CROSS-CULTURAL DIVERSITY A CHALLENGE FOR PRESENT AND FUTURE ORGANIZATIONS Subhash C. Kundu. We embrace the diversity of humanity and all it brings to innovation. Because the best way the world works is everybody in. Nobody out. As a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature.
In this sense, it is the common heritage of humanity and should be recognized and affirmed for the benefit of . CulturalDiversity,KnowledgeDiversityand Innovation MugeOzman*andErkanErdil** *InstitutMinesTelecom TelecomEcoledeManagement Evry,France **MiddleEastTechnicalUniversity.
The Leadership Council’s inaugural forum called for a “super-charging” of cultural diversity efforts. It featured a panel discussion featuring Australian Institute of Company Directors CEO Angus Armour, Settlement Services International CEO Violet Roumeliotis and non-executive director Lisa Chung.
We know that there exists a strong connection between innovation and diversity and inclusion; our challenge is to help our leaders and fellow professionals understand that connection.
By exploring scientific research, corporate practice and personal observation, this article aims to connect those dots. Strengthening Cultural Intelligence.