In this Forbes article, our Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Terri Hatcher discusses creating a work environment that makes all employees feel heard and supported.
Our ERGs give employees who share common backgrounds and interests a space to connect and collaborate.
Having a sustainable culture of inclusivity includes increasing our population of underrepresented groups. We’re pleased with our progress to date and actively working toward more improvements. We publish these numbers to demonstrate our commitment to growth.
1Native American includes Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islanders as categorized by U.S. government reporting standards
“We are continually focused on providing resources and opportunities for our employees to learn, listen, self-reflect, and engage in difficult conversations. Our Talking About Race site provides external sources to increase understanding and empathy. We have panel discussions and roundtables, so that we can hear stories and learn from each other. We want our employees to engage and make a commitment to be part of the change.”
"At NTT DATA, we stand for diversity and inclusion, and we unequivocally reject racism and discrimination in any form. We know our company still has work to do, but we are committed to the effort because it is through our differences that we create strength."