Motorola defines diversity as a core competency we all need to master in order to be a world-class company we cant flourish to greater heights without fostering an inclusive work environment for all. It is simply good management necessary to attract and retain the best talent globally, to satisfy our diverse customers, to enrich innovation and to connect to our global communities.
At Motorola, diversity is the bridge between the workplace and the marketplace. Theyre inextricably related and their convergence breeds an engaged workforce, innovation, expanding markets, and profits all of which return greater value to our shareholders.
How do you define diversity? Where do you go to mix it up, to broaden your horizons, to be rejuvenated and inspired with thought-provoking, innovative, progressive, and creative ways? Well, at Motorola, we are committed to being the premier choice of all stakeholders by driving a culture that attracts, leverages and celebrates all similarities and differences.
Demand Diversity. Expect it. Embrace it. Lead the Change!
The 1st Corporate Freedom Award from Equality Illinois (February
Hispanic Magazine Corporate 100 List (February 2005)
Top 50 Companies List by Minority Engineer magazine (February 2005)
Employer of Choice for Women and Business Achievement (EOWA) (February 2005)
Top 50 Companies for Women Engineers by Women Engineer magazine (April 2005)
Motorola named one of the Working Mother Magazines 100 Best Companies (September 2005)
Motorola receives 100% rating from the Human Rights Campaign Foundations Corporate Equality Index (September 2005)
Motorola among the top 10 companies in the United States for being veteran-friendly in its supplier diversity program Veterans Business Journal Magazine (September-October 2005)