Running the gamut of education, health care, and tech, these top companies understand the benefits of having a diverse workforce—and they’re hiring now.
By: Lily Martis, Monster contributor
As you navigate your job search, keep in mind those companies that have a good record of inclusiveness. This can include those of race, creed, age, gender, LGBTQ status, or other forms of inclusiveness. They are all hiring now. Work your network to see if you have contacts inside any of these oprganizations, and prepare yourself for an effective job search process.
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Over the last couple years, diversity in the workplace has been a focal point around the U.S. Companies in various industries have ramped up efforts to increase diversity among their ranks. That’s not by accident. Diversity, it turns out, it really good for business.
According to the 2020 Monster State of the Candidate survey, half (52%) of job candidates say diversity, equality, and inclusion in the workplace is “very important” to them. Millennials (57%) are more likely to say diversity, equity, and inclusion is “very important,” compared to Gen X (47%) and baby boomers (49%).
Furthermore, a recent survey by McKinsey called Delivering Through Diversity found that ethnically diverse executive teams were 33% more likely to see better-than-average profits; and companies that feature gender diversity in management positions are 21% more likely to experience above-average profits.
Recently, Forbes, in partnership with research firm Statista, released its third-ever America’s Best Employers For Diversity list, which represents companies where diversity is reflected from the top down. To compile the list, Statista surveyed 60,000 Americans working for companies with more than 1,000 employees, asking questions about gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, and disability, with responses from underrepresented groups holding greater weight in the ranking.
Great news: Many of the top 50 companies on Forbes’ list are hiring on Monster. These top employers run the gamut from universities to hospitality corporations, banking and financial services to health care organizations, and yes, even tech companies. Click through the list below to see if there’s one that’s a good fit for you.
Best companies for diversity in the workplace:
- Henry Ford Health System
- Procter & Gamble
- Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
- Ultimate Software Group
- Levi Strauss & Co
- Duke University
- Tufts Health Plan
- The Hartford
- Kent State University
- California Institute of Technology
- BlueCross BlueShield of Massachusetts
- University of California, Irvine
- Mount Sinai Health System
- UCLA Health
- Penn Medicine
- Ohio Health
- New York Life
- Cisco Systems
- Walt Disney
- Johnson & Johnson
- Ballad Health
- SAS Institute
- Northeastern University
- Century 21 Real Estate
- University of Utah Health Care
- Bank of America
- Air Products & Chemicals
- Batelle Memorial Institute
- Cincinnati Children’s
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- Synchrony Financial
- City National Bank (CA)
- Marriott International
- University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics
- Consumers Energy
- PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric Company)
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