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Business Roundtable spotlights Eaton's inclusion commitment

 July 27, 2021

Business Roundtable spotlighted on its social feed Eaton as one of its community of companies committed to inclusion and diversity.

Business Roundtable is an association of CEOs of leading US companies working to promote a thriving economy and expanded opportunity for all Americans through sound public policy.

Workplace culture defined by spirit of diversity and inclusion

A member of Business Roundtable, Eaton was celebrated for its transparency, in particular its public voluntary disclosure of key diversity metrics. 

Business Roundtable also noted Eaton's diverse senior leadership which is currently in 2021 comprised of 54% US minorities, while women and minority groups constitute 50% of the company's Board of Directors.

"I’m deeply proud of the spirit of diversity and inclusion that defines our culture. But no matter how much progress we’ve made, no matter how many awards we’ve won, we can always do more. We can and must do better. And you have my word that I’ll continue to do all in my power to foster a culture of trust and inclusion at Eaton, where we all feel a sense of belonging, where all voices are heard, and where we feel safe being our authentic selves at work every day," says Craig Arnold, Eaton Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.


Work for a company committed to diversity and inclusion

Eaton believes that hiring current and future talent through the lens of Inclusion and Diversity is critical to its growth and success. That means hiring people with the right skills and aligning their career goals and development with Eaton's corporate strategy. And it means making work exciting, engaging and meaningful - so that employees can be productive and feel valued.

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