The hygiene and health company Essity has – for the second consecutive year – been designated a Diversity Leader by the UK business daily Financial Times.
The ranking was compiled by the research firm Statista on behalf of the Financial Times by surveying more than 100,000 employees in European companies on five aspects of diversity: gender balance, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity and disability.
“At Essity, we believe a diverse and inclusive organization leads to better decision-making and thereby stronger results. I’m pleased to see that our purposeful work in the area of inclusivity has been recognized once again,” says Magnus Groth, President and CEO at Essity.
More information about the Financial Times Diversity Leader ranking can be found here.