Essity, for the third consecutive year, has been recognized as a leader in Diversity by the prestigious British financial newspaper Financial Times. This ranking, carried out by the research firm Statista in collaboration with the Financial Times itself, included the participation of more than 100,000 employees from European companies. In this exhaustive analysis, five fundamental aspects were evaluated: gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnic origin and disability.
Magnus Groth, president and chief executive officer of Essity says “With a diverse and inclusive culture, we achieve stronger engagement and better decision-making. I’m pleased to see that Financial Times has once again recognized Essity in this important area,”
This recognition reflects Essity’s sustained commitment to promoting an inclusive and diverse work environment. Employee participation in the survey has been crucial in cementing the company’s position as a diversity leader in the European business landscape.
For more details on the Financial Times Diversity Leaders ranking. Click here.