Jacobs Joins The Valuable 500, Furthering its Commitment to Diversity in the Workplace
Jacobs announces its membership in The Valuable 500, an organization that seeks to ensure disability inclusion is on business leadership agendas across the globe.
DALLAS, Jan. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Jacobs(NYSE:J) announces its membership inThe Valuable 500, an organization that seeks to ensure disability inclusion is on business leadership agendas across the globe. Jacobs has joined forces with more than 200 companies who have pledged to take a definitive stand on diversity encompassing disability in the workplace.
Unveiled at theWorld Economic Forum's (WEF)去年1月年会,劳恩ch of The Valuable 500 was the first time disability was discussed on the main stage of the meeting with the support of global business leaders.
At WEF's Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, this week, Jacobs Chair and CEO Steve Demetriou is speaking as incoming Co-Chair of the Infrastructure and Urban Development Governors, and is participating on the "Expanding the Definition of Workplace Diversity" panel in the Equality Lounge, sharing how broadening the scope of diversity allows Jacobs to activate untapped talent, catalyzing real change, and fostering a truly inclusive workplace.
"As a member of The Valuable 500, Jacobs is committed to the journey of becoming a more accessible and inclusive company, leveraging our Inclusion & Diversity platform to encompass disability in the workplace on a global scale, while empowering employees to bring their full, authentic selves to work," said Demetriou. "Through our ACE (Access. Connect. Empower.) Employee Network and our Mental Health Matters program, we actively support the adaptive challenges and mental health of our people and communities and continually encourage employees to find strength in our differences."
The Valuable 500 is a global movement calling for 500 of the most influential business leaders and their brands to ignite systemic change, by unlocking the value of the 1.3 billion people living with disabilities around the world. Profiling leaders and businesses who are championing disability inclusion, the organization celebrates those leading the way and gives guidance to those starting out.
在Jacobs，我们今天挑战了明天通过解决全球最关键的问题，以解决繁荣的城市，弹性环境，关键任务，运营进步，科学发现和尖端制造，将抽象创意转变为改变世界的现实为了好。Jacobs提供130亿美元的收入和约52,000的人才力量，提供了全面的专业服务，包括政府和私营部门的咨询，技术，科学和项目交付。访问www.mir-n.comand connect with Jacobs onFacebook,Instagram,LinkedInandTwitter.
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