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Flexibility improves morale, increases productivity and company performance.
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.
Having a network of women to reach out to, discuss and champion women initiatives at work.
Equal pay for equal work. That’s just common sense!
ExxonMobil conducts business in almost every part of the world. The diversity of ideas, perspectives, skills, knowledge and cultures across our company facilitates innovation and is a key competitive advantage. Through a range of programs, activities and investments, we strive to create and maintain a diverse workforce representative of the numerous geographies where we do business.
ExxonMobil’s global policies promote diversity and inclusion and prohibit any form of discrimination or harassment in any company workplace, anywhere around the world. These broad policies encompass all forms of discrimination, including discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
We support local employee networks globally to foster an environment committed to diversity and inclusion. These voluntary, employee-led groups offer networking, professional development programs, community service, and proactively mentor and assimilate new employees. Logos for some of these networks are shown below. Fostering a productive work environment.
We provide excellent tools to help employees understand effective cross-cultural communication and cultural sensitivities.
"At Google, I’m a mental health ally, which is really rewarding for me. It’s an inclusive, flexible workplace that supports me as an individual, and I really appreciate that. It’s good to know there is always someone who can help you. They even have career counsellors to guide you and ensure you make the most of every opportunity…and there are plenty of those."
"The Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL) program started in 2006 within the customer services organization and quickly grew into a corporatewide program, with 42 communities around the globe and more than 1,550 members. Today, OWL offers women employees the opportunity to enhance their skills and develop their leadership potential through a variety of programs."