Our global workforce

Our workforce must represent the communities we serve

We believe that achieving strong operating results — the right way — starts with our teammates, and we know we must reflect the diversity of the clients and communities we serve. Our diversity makes us stronger, and the value we deliver as a company is strengthened when we bring broad perspectives together to meet the needs of our diverse stakeholders. Fifty percent of our global workforce are women and more than 45% percent of our U.S. workforce are people of color.

We believe the routine disclosure of our workforce diversity metrics holds our management team accountable and ensures we are delivering on our commitment to increase representation. We benchmark against other firms and industry metrics to monitor and review representation across EEO categories. By disclosing our workforce data, we demonstrate the progress we are making — progress that is driven from the top down by leadership who embrace diversity and inclusion as integral to our business success. By maintaining this focus, we believe our company will be well-positioned to attract and retain diverse talent, better serve our clients and communities, and build meaningful connections among our teammates.

Read our 2020 Human Capital Management Report to learn more about how we serve our teammates and, in turn, our clients and communities.

U.S. Diversity in 2020

 

Executive/ senior level officials and managers

White Male - 2,261

White Female - 1,227

Black/ African American Male - 122

Black/ African American Female - 101

Hispanic/ Latino Male - 129

Hispanic/ Latino Female - 84

Asian Male - 287

Asian Female - 132

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Male - 7

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Female - 4

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Male - 0

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Female - 0

Two or more races Male - 28

Two or more races Female - 12

Total by gender Male - 2,834

Total by gender Female - 1,560

Total- 4,394

 

First/ mid-level officials & managers

White Male - 7,236

White Female - 7,074

Black/ African American Male - 881

Black/ African American Female – 1,426

Hispanic/ Latino Male - 1,463

Hispanic/ Latino Female - 1,786

Asian Male - 1,588

Asian Female - 1,079

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Male - 36

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Female - 42

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Male - 36

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Female - 31

Two or more races Male - 180

Two or more races Female - 194

Total by gender Male - 11,420

Total by gender Female – 11,632

Total- 23,052

 

Professionals

White Male – 26,501

White Female – 13,863 

Black/ African American Male – 2,518

Black/ African American Female – 2,632

Hispanic/ Latino Male – 2,953

Hispanic/ Latino Female – 1,965

Asian Male – 6,858

Asian Female – 4,602

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Male - 101

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Female - 91

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Male - 89

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Female - 83

Two or more races Male - 694

Two or more races Female - 427

Total by gender Male – 39,714

Total by gender Female – 23,663

Total- 63,377

 

All Other

White Male – 11,064

White Female – 21,313

Black/ African American Male – 4,341

Black/ African American Female – 11,437

Hispanic/ Latino Male – 7,800

Hispanic/ Latino Female – 16,134

Asian Male – 2,779

Asian Female – 5,096

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Male - 94

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Female - 235

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Male - 116 

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Female - 234

Two or more races Male - 790

Two or more races Female – 1,510

Total by gender Male – 26,984

Total by gender Female – 55,959

Total- 82,943

 

Totals

White Male – 47,062

White Female – 43,477

Black/ African American Male – 7,862

Black/ African American Female – 15,596

Hispanic/ Latino Male – 12,345

Hispanic/ Latino Female – 19,969

Asian Male – 11,512

Asian Female – 10,909

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Male - 238

American Indian/ Alaskan Native Female - 372

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Male -241 

Native Hawaiian/ Other Pacific Islander Female - 348

Two or more races Male – 1,692

Two or more races Female – 2,143

Total by gender Male – 80,952

Total by gender Female – 92,814

Total- 173,766