After a couple of years of receiving “noteworthy” status in DiversityInc’s annual rankings, Boeing has broken into the magazine’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity.
Boeing received the ranking for demonstrated progress in promoting diversity in its talent pipeline, talent development, leadership accountability and supplier diversity.
“The importance of our customers and the missions we support demand the utmost integrity and excellence, and an unwavering commitment to our Boeing values — including diversity, inclusion, trust and respect,” said Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing chairman, president and CEO. “They make us better and fuel our strategy for the future.”
Boeing is ranked 49 out of more than 1800 companies who participated in DiversityInc’s 2018 survey. Boeing was also ranked number two of the top 18 companies for veterans. To see the complete Top 50 list and read more about Boeing’s entry, go to The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity.
“It’s the way we do business,” said Michael Ford, vice president of Global Diversity & Inclusion. “We are at our best when we deliver superior value to our customers, employees, shareholders, communities and partners; and diversity fuels that innovation for us to compete successfully in the global marketplace.”