HP Inc. | Human Rights

HP Inc. | Human Rights
HP believes in creating an inclusive, equitable, and empowering culture for its employees and a platform for human rights that extends beyond HP, striving to drive policy changes that fight racism, advocate for human rights, and advance social justice across the globe. HP has one of the most diverse board of directors of any U.S. technology company, and is one of the top technology companies for women in executive positions.

Empowered Workers: Through its supply chain responsibility program, HP works to improve labor conditions within supplier factories, tackle industry-wide challenges such as forced labor and conflict minerals, and build essential worker and management skills and capabilities. HP aims to reach one million workers through worker empowerment programs by 2030. 

Culture of Inclusion: HP aims to be the leading brand for racial equity and social justice in the technology industry, embedding diversity, equity, and inclusion into everything HP does. The company has a bold goal to achieve 50/50 gender equality in leadershiip by 2030, the first Fortune 100 Tech Company to do so. 

Social Justice: The HP Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force helps HP identify and execute on the biggest opportunities HP has as a company to advance sustainable impact in racial equality. The Task Force is guided by a set of comprehensive goals that will accelerate the strategies, practices, and policies around pipeline, retention, and promotion for Black and African American talent; leverage HP's industry spending power to influence its ecosystem, including HP's partners, vendors, and auppliers; and advocate for Black and African Americans through public policy, civic action, and clear corporate positions on local and national issues. Lean more and follow HP's progress here

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Why You Should Care About Pronouns at Work
The once-overlooked pronoun has earned an essential role in the professional world. From “she/her/hers” and “he/him/his” to the non-binary “they/them/theirs” and “ze/zir/zirs,” pronouns now appear on email signatures, Zoom screens, business cards, name tags, LinkedIn profiles, and more. Their usage has gained increased attention as workplaces, and society, turns a spotlight on...
Jun 15, 2022 1:45 PM ET
HP, Utiva and Girl Rising Set to Move More Girls to Tech in Kenya
HP funds Utiva to train teenage girls in Kenya  Historically, the positioning of technology and expertise has been an antithesis to women and girls and this is even worse felt in low and middle income communities.   Low and middle income countries face an existential crisis. As the world moves to a digital economy, they face an obstacle: the lack of qualified manpower to fill...
Mar 22, 2022 11:30 AM ET
Employees Lead the Way in HP's Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force
By Sarah Murry In the wake of the murder of George Floyd 2020 and the social upheavals that followed, the hundreds of HP employee volunteers who joined an inaugural Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force gathered not only to learn from each other, but to actively...
Feb 25, 2022 12:05 PM ET
4 Ways to Keep Hybrid Workers and Critical Systems Secure in 2022
By Vanessa Godsal US hybrid workers are (hopefully) closing down their laptops for the winter holidays, but before they do, they should check in with their hardworking IT security teams to make sure everything is buttoned up before heading into the new year. That’s because sophisticated cyber attacks have been ramping up over the past year, and aren’t likely to slow down in 2022...
Dec 23, 2021 9:35 AM ET
Healing Connections: One Woman's Campaign for Equitable Healthcare Access
In 2017, Kimberly Wilson spent six months in and out of a New York City hospital with debilitating pain from uterine fibroids. During that time, she met with four different providers (all White men), whose recommendations were either taking Advil or having a hysterectomy. As her frustration, and pain, increased, she became adamant about finding a doctor who understood what she was experiencing...
Dec 13, 2021 3:25 PM ET

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