Promoting a diverse workplace starts at the top
With a global workforce in more than 40 countries, diversity and inclusion — in thought, style, experience, culture, ethnicity and sexual orientation — are good for business, help attract and retain talent and enable us to better serve employees, customers, clients and shareholders.
Our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive environment starts at the top with our CEO Brian Moynihan, who chairs our Global Diversity & Inclusion Council. This group, composed of senior leaders from around the world, has created a culture that keeps diversity and inclusion at the forefront for managers throughout the company, our Global Diversity & Inclusion organization, which is led by Geri Thomas, our Chief Diversity executive partners with businesses across regions to develop strategy, recruit diverse talent, and manage our diversity sponsorships and strategic alliances.
Recruiting the right talent:
Every day, we’re focused on creating not only a great place to work, but also an environment where our employees, our customers and our communities around the world can reach their goals and connect with each other.
We seek to attract, recruit and retain top diverse talent from across the globe. In 2009, we created the Diversity Executive Recruiting team, which identifies prospective executives and connects talent to leaders within our organization. We also increased our diversity hiring with a focus on early candidate identification and development through partnerships with approximately 200 schools and external diversity organizations.
Fostering a diverse employee network:
At Bank of America, diversity is part of our DNA. Our Employee Networks are perfect examples of how the bank grows stronger through its commitment to diversity and inclusion. In 2012, through Employee Networks around the world, more than 60,000 employees connected and participated in networking opportunities, mentoring programs, information forums and various volunteer events. Many members also served in leadership roles and led initiatives for recruiting, client development and community partnerships.
Maintaining supplier diversity:
Our Supplier Diversity and Development program works to make sure that the goods and services we purchase in our communities come from a wide range of sources and our suppliers have a chance to become long-term partners. Our suppliers include minorities and people with disabilities, as well as businesses owned by veterans, women, and individuals in the LGBT community. In 2012, Bank of America spent $2.3 billion with diverse businesses.
At Bank of America, we’re proud of who we are, and we celebrate our differences every day. See how embracing diverse cultures, backgrounds and sexual orientations in our hiring practices brings us closer together as a company, and helps us better connect with the communities we serve… learn More about Bank of America - A bank for the people
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Every day, we're focused on a great place for people to work. We actively promote an inclusive environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve personal success and contribute to our company.
We’re committed to attracting, recruiting and retaining top diverse talent from across the globe. In 2009, we created the Diversity Executive Recruiting team, which identifies prospective executives and connects talent to leaders within our organization.
Our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive environment starts at the top with our CEO Brian Moynihan, who chairs our Global Diversity & Inclusion Council.