Celanese Named Top Noteworthy Company by DiversityInc for Second Year

Jun 16, 2022

For the second consecutive year, Celanese has been named a Top Noteworthy Company on DiversityInc’s Top 50 list. This list is among the most highly respected corporate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) rankings for U.S. employers.

Since 2001, the DiversityInc Top 50 survey has been the most comprehensive, empirically data-driven DE&I analysis based on organization-submitted information from some of the largest U.S. employers. The assessment collects data across six key areas:

  • Leadership Accountability
  • Human Capital Diversity Metrics
  • Talent Programs
  • Workplace Practices
  • Supplier Diversity
  • Philanthropy

“We are honored to be recognized on DiversityInc’s list of Top Noteworthy companies and look forward to continuing this important work in the DE&I space,” said Tom Kelly, Senior Vice President Engineered Materials, Global DE&I Council Executive Sponsor. “We believe that creating a culture that values DE&I is important to maintaining our competitive advantage. Having an inclusive work environment where employees are treated equitably will help Celanese attract and retain the best available talent, maximize employee engagement, and sustain strong results in the future.”

Learn more about DE&I at Celanese in our Sustainability Report, Investing in Our People and Communities.

To view the full Top 50 list, click here.


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