Explore our DEI Annual Report to learn about the progress we made throughout Fiscal Year 2022 toward building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive datasphere.
At Seagate, Inclusion is so much more than just a core value—it’s how we lead and do business all over the world. When we lead with Inclusion, we create a space for diverse voices to be heard, valued, and elevated, which in turn inspires greater innovation throughout our products, technologies, partnerships, and communities.
From our investors, board of directors, and customers to our employees and their extended communities, the impact that we have as a global leader is powerful and meaningful. While there is much work to be done, I am proud of what we’ve accomplished in supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and invite you to explore this report to learn more.
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One of Seagate's most prolific employee resource groups, Women's Leadership Network, makes its way to India.
Voted Best Tech Company by Fairygodboss for fourth consecutive year.
We formally recognize Juneteenth as a paid U.S. holiday.
We launch strategic partnership with Army PaYS program.
We participate in the PwC Racial Equity Fellowship program.
We join the Business Coalition for the U.S. Equality Act.
Dave Mosley signs the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion pledge.
We implement transgender health benefits.
We adopt same-sex partner benefits.
Our first employee resource group is founded.
We amend our global non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation, gender & gender identity.
By bringing together teams as generationally diverse as our customer base, we can innovate faster.
We are committed to attracting, retaining, and developing women across all roles at Seagate.
We must continue building a workforce that reflects the rich cultures, experiences, and communities surrounding us.
In partnership with McKinsey's Black Leadership Academy, Seagate employees who self-identify as Asian, Hispanic/Latino, and Black attended networking events with industry peers, building valuable skills to grow and achieve as business leaders.
Throughout FY22, we continued to support our neurodiverse employees by providing them with educational and training programs in partnership with Uptimize, a leader in neurodiversity education. By partnering with Mind Shift, a nonprofit that focuses on how autism can be a competitive business advantage, we have fostered further equity as we recruit, assess, and train qualified candidates.
In 2020, we launched a company-wide ally training to help employees deepen their understanding of the LGBTQ+ community and what it means to be an ally. Since its launch, more than 700 employees have taken part, and in 2021, we launched a global effort aimed at providing employees with a guide to using gender-affirming pronouns.
In FY21, we joined this first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at mobilizing diverse talent and expertise from across industries, with the purpose of bringing about a more just and equitable society for all.
Partnering with the National Society of Black Engineers, we provided opportunities for Black and minority students to learn about our values and interview for internships.
We’re a proud signatory of the Diversity in Innovation Pledge, joining over 25 founding pledge companies in a shared commitment to implementing best practices in support of increasing inventor diversity.