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Eaton is ranked as a leader in workplace diversity

Eaton is ranked as a leader in workplace diversity

 November 18, 2021

Eaton has been recognized as a leader in workplace diversity by the Financial Times Diversity Leaders ranking.

Based on employee perceptions and focusing on five key areas, the list recognises 850 businesses on gender, age, ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation in the workforce. 

Assessing employee perception of company's inclusiveness 

The survey of more than 100,000 employees, conducted by Financial Times research partner Statista, assesses employees’ perception of companies’ inclusiveness or efforts to promote various aspects of diversity.

These include gender balance, openness to all forms of sexual orientation, race and ethnicity, disability and age.

Creating a list of Diversity Leaders

The Diversity Leaders were identified through an independent survey across 16 European countries. Statista also sought the opinions of human resources and recruitment experts.

Of the companies with eligible scores from the 15,000 assessed, the 850 businesses with the highest scores made the final list.

The views of typically under-represented groups including women, workers over the age of 50, and the ethnically diverse were given more weight in the survey. 


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