Carrier continues to deliver on its commitment to address the corporate gender gap and support its more than 16,000 female employees around the world. During Women’s History Month, over 2,000 company employees participated in various global events to #BreaktheBias and support initiatives that drive women’s equality.
From the Middle East to Asia to Latin America and Europe, Carrier’s Women’s Empowerment (WE[email protected]) Employee Resource Group hosted over 20 events in 15 countries to recognize the countless contributions that women have made around the world and at the company. Activities included panel discussions, professional development opportunities and gatherings to strengthening company culture and to reinforce Carrier’s pledge to empower women and their allies.
Award-winning journalist, producer and CEO Soledad O’Brien served as keynote speaker for [email protected]’s main event on International Women’s Day, March 8. O’Brien shared her own personal experiences fighting for gender equality through her career and addressed women’s issues in the workplace. The event was translated in English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Polish with over 700 employees participating. [email protected]’s global co-chairs in the United States and Europe moderated the event.
“The month’s activities focused on celebrating women’s achievements, raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality,” said Fabiola Solorio, Co-Chair, [email protected] “It was encouraging to see so many employees playing an active role in driving change in the company, no matter their gender, location or role.”
Carrier remains steadfast in its goal to be a company that creates a workplace that is truly and genuinely inclusive – one that inspires and encourages everyone, everywhere to bring their authentic selves to work each day. With the commitment of employees and leadership, Carrier is making meaningful progress on its Inclusion & Diversity strategy – aimed at strengthening company culture and providing opportunities for all. To learn more about Carrier’s commitment to an inclusive workplace, visit https://www.corporate.carrier.com/corporate-responsibility/social-impact/our-employees/.