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Kellogg Company Honoured for its Diversity and Inclusion Practices

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Kellogg Company Honoured for its Diversity and Inclusion Practices

Kellogg Company Honoured for its Diversity and Inclusion Practices
April 26
09:41 2013

Kellogg Company has been recognised  as a “Top 50 Company for Diversity” by DiversityInc, a leading global organization focusing on diversity and inclusion. This is the second consecutive year that Kellogg has received the recognition.

“Our founder, WK Kellogg, built our culture through the ways he conducted the business, treated his employees and served the community,” says President and Chief Executive Officer John Bryant. “With this legacy and our company’s values, we are fostering a diverse and inclusive environment that helps us be a better, more competitive company through engagement and innovation.”

There are four core areas DiversityInc considers when selecting its Top 50 companies: the CEO’s commitment to diversity and inclusion; human capital; corporate and organizational communication on diversity-related issues; and supplier diversity.

“We believe diversity and inclusion are essential to living our values, achieving our business goals and building a stronger Kellogg,” says Mark King, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion. “To succeed in an increasingly competitive global market, we must attract, engage and retain the best employees who reflect the diversity of our consumers.”

With 2012 sales of $14.2 billion, Kellogg is the world’s leading cereal company; second largest producer of cookies, crackers and savory snacks; and a leading North American frozen foods company.


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