Inclusion & Diversity
Inclusion and Diversity (I&D) is a foundational principle at Honeywell, both because it’s the right thing to do and because it is a fundamental enabler for our business. We actively recruit, develop and retain talent from diverse backgrounds and cultures who bring different experience, perspectives, abilities and ideas. We foster an inclusive environment in which all employees feel valued, respected and accepted.
Inclusion and Diversity is more than a commitment to us, it is the way we work.
Our pillars provide the framework to foster an inclusive culture across our businesses and guide our efforts to constantly enhance the diversity of our workforce.
- Diverse conferences and universities
- Diversity of slates
- Unbiased evaluation and selection processes
- Career development programs
- Diversity of succession plans
- Employee networks
- Community Partners
- Diverse Organizations
- Diversity in our brand
- Internal and external communications
- Accessible and inclusive communications
- Operations are conducted in local markets and languages
- I&D in all systems and processes
- Supplier diversity
Our employee networks are open to all employees. Through our networks, we foster collaboration and belonging, enabling everyone to share and learn from one another and fully contribute at work and in the community in an inclusive and supportive environment.
|Honeywell AllAbilities Employee Network||Honeywell Asian Employee Network|
|Honeywell Black Employee Network||Honeywell Growing Experience Employee Network|
|Honeywell Hispanic Employee Network||Honeywell LGBTQ+ Employee Network|
|Honeywell Veterans Employee Network||Honeywell Women’s Employee Network
|Heighten Your Professional Experience/Early Career|
We engage with our communities, develop resources to support diverse employees and have partnerships with diverse organizations.
Who We Are
From Our Leader
“At Honeywell, we recognize that our success depends on creating a work environment where all employees can realize their full potential in a culture of respect and achievement. Honeywell’s commitment to a diverse workforce will help us achieve our mission to shape the future.”
Darius Adamczyk, Chairman and CEO
“From recruitment to employee experience and partnership, Honeywell fully embraces diversity and inclusion. Our culture of belonging empowers us to show up as our whole selves – allowing respect to flourish and innovation to thrive. This is how we deliver the best outcomes for our customers and make our communities stronger.”
Sandra Barbosa, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer
Support for the Equality Act
Inclusion and diversity are essential to Honeywell’s success as a global enterprise. We support protections for LGBTQ+ individuals under the Equality Act because we believe in the importance of creating a fair work environment built on equality, respect and achievement.
Commitment to Reconciliation in Australia
In Honeywell’s third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), we detail our commitment to driving equal opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through increased business relationships, educational opportunities and recruiting efforts.
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Spotlight on Workforce Diversity*
*As of December, 2021 unless otherwise indicated. Excludes Sandia National Laboratories (Sandia) and Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) workforces. Sandia and KCNSC are U.S. Department of Energy facilities. Honeywell manages these facilities as a contract operator and does not establish or control their human resource policies. API represents Asian or Pacific Islander. Executives represents executive-band employees.
Honeywell’s 2021 EEO-1 Report (adjusted to exclude Sandia and KCNSC workforces) is available here. The EEO-1 Report mandates the use of specific categories, definitions, and methodologies, which differ from how we organize, characterize, and manage our workforce. We believe the representation data presented on our website above, in our ESG Data Sheet, and elsewhere in our public disclosures more accurately reflect the diversity of our global workforce and the effectiveness of our inclusion and diversity program.
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