Kellogg Advances Diversity and Inclusion Goals
Kellogg is making progress towards its 2025 equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I) goals, with positive advancements in its key gender and racial representation metrics.
Kellogg's Better Days® Promise ESG strategy includes setting ambitious targets for gender parity (50/50) in management positions worldwide by 2025, as well as having 25% of management positions in the U.S. filled by racially underrepresented individuals by 2025.
In 2022, Kellogg observed a rise in the number of female and racially underrepresented individuals across all employee categories. The figures at the end of the year are as follows:
Women occupied 45.7% of all global manager positions, up 1.3% from the previous year. Kellogg Europe achieved its objective of having a 50% representation of both genders in all manager roles three years ahead of schedule.
Underrepresented talent filled 22.7% of all manager positions in the U.S., up by 0.5%.
To learn more about Kellogg Co.'s approach and dedication to ED&I, visit their website at https://betterdays.kelloggcompany.com/equity-diversity-inclusion.
As part of Kellogg's Better Days Promise, the company is focused on promoting sustainable and fair access to food by addressing well-being, hunger, sustainability, and ED&I. "We are pleased with our progress in 2022, and while we recognise that more work needs to be done, we are confident that we will achieve our goal of balanced representation in leadership by prioritising equity, diversity, and inclusion in our workforce," said Kellogg Company's Chief Diversity Officer, Samantha Thomas-Berry.
Kellogg has received recognition for its dedication to diversity, ranking in the top 10 for ESG, Latino executives, and supplier diversity, and was named to the prestigious DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list for the 10th year in a row in 2022.
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