Flexibility improves morale, increases productivity and company performance.
It takes a village to raise a child. What’s better than facilities right at your workplace?
Women with mentors feel more supported and satisfied with their career.
We need more women representation in leadership because it leads to more inclusive policies and initiatives.
Parents are happier and more engaged at work when they have paid parental leave.
Having a network of women to reach out to, discuss and champion women initiatives at work.
We all share a caring approach and a sense of respect and responsibility. Our values are a differentiator, are part of our history and are ingrained in our corporate philosophy.
The Cargill Guiding Principles are the foundation of our vision, and articulate our shared ethical values and expectations. In short, below are the principles that make up our code of conduct.
At Cargill, everyone matters and everyone counts. Cargill is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive and diverse work environment where all employees are treated with dignity and respect. As such and in alignment with our Guiding Principles, Cargill’s long-standing equal employment opportunity policy prohibits discrimination and harassment against any employee or applicant based on race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, family status, citizenship status, veteran status, military status, union affiliation, or any other status protected by law.
Cargill also complies with all applicable national and local laws and regulations pertaining to non-discrimination and employment.
The company promotes good working culture as well as work life balance. They also have great leadership development programs that have enabled me to grow and build confidence in the company. Overall Cargill is a company with integrity and believe deeply in this.