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The Value of Employee Diversity

As a global company, our people come from increasingly diverse backgrounds and perspectives - which helps us cultivate fresh thinking and refine our understanding of the different consumers who use our products. This diversity of talent brings bold, unexpected thinking. Better insights. Better debate. And better solutions.

Our perspective on diversity means that we honor and respect your perspectives. It's important to know that your input here is truly valued. Ultimately, your input is reflected in the way we operate and in the innovative brands and solutions we bring to market. Valuing diversity and building an inclusive culture makes a better place for people to work and is better for business as well.

One way we support an inclusive culture is through our employee resource groups. These groups support career development for members, provide social and volunteer opportunities for employees and offer input on business programs. Members of these groups are often tapped to participate on projects to bring a full range of experiences and viewpoints into everything we do. Thanks to these groups and their on-campus activities, the lives and perspectives of all our employees are broadened and enlightened. Current groups include:

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  • African-American Employee Network (AAEN)
  • Capabilities First
  • Focus Asia Network (FA)
  • Family Caregivers Network (FCN)
  • Latin American Network for Diversity (LAND)
  • New Employee Opportunity Network (NEON)
  • Parent’s Interactive Network (PIN)
  • People Respecting Individual Differences Everywhere (PRIDE @ K-C)
  • Service. Alliance. Uniting. Together. (SALUTE) For Veteran opportunities, check out our Junior Military Office Program here.
  • Women’s Interactive Network (WIN)

Kimberly-Clark employees are active members and leaders in a variety of national and local professional organizations, including:

  • National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), where we hold the highest level of corporate membership
  • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), where we are a member of their Industrial Partner Council and have conducted convention workshops
  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE), where our employees perform national and local leadership roles
  • Catalyst Research, which works to build inclusivity and expand opportunities for women. Kimberly-Clark's Chairman and CEO is a member of the board
  • The Executive Leadership Council, a network for African-American executives of Fortune 500 companies, including several Kimberly-Clark executives

We also recruit for student and new graduate positions through the diversity organizations above, as well as through a wide range of other groups, which include:

  • National Black MBA Association
  • National Society of Hispanic MBA
  • SIFE, a nonprofit organization for business students
  • The Consortium, a minority 1st Year MBA program
  • The National Association for Asian MBAs
  • INROADS Minority Intern Organization
Catalyst award for Advancing Women in the Workplace