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Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is key to Hewlett Packard Enterprise's foundation principles. Our global community of employees is one of our greatest strengths.
At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we believe that the full power of our people will drive HPE success. A focus on Diversity & Inclusion helps to drive new business, fuel innovation, and attract and attain the best employees. It makes a difference in the workplace, marketplace, and community advancing the way we live and work. We make it matter.
We are committed to increasing the diversity of our workforce and creating an inclusive environment in which all can thrive. From our leaders to our employees, we are weaving diversity and inclusion into the fabric of our company.
Every HPE innovation comes from a team of individuals, each contributing their unique perspective, knowledge and experience, to advance the way the world works and lives. If you are ready to learn more about D&I and learn about Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s collective objectives in this space, we have tools and resources to help you get started.
From our earliest days we recognized that the more points of view that we can draw on, the better our products and services -and our company as a whole- will be. Then, we were lauded as leaders in diversity. The HPE Way Now builds on that legacy. See how we are working together to create a culture of inclusion built on trust, respect and dignity for all.
Visit the Living Progress report to view Hewlett Packard Enterprise's workforce demographics and learn more about our diversity and inclusion efforts.
Creating a diverse, inclusive environment has been an ongoing journey of continuous action for many years. Today, our diversity vision is one of global proportions. One that requires courageous, bold actions from many people throughout the world. We are proud to share what we have learned along the way and the aspirations we are actively working to achieve.Brian Tippens