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Diversity & Inclusion

We are One Agilent

At Agilent, we value a passion for science, a focus on results and a commitment to a greater good. Drive, talent and experiences can vary from individual to individual, but together we have a common thread we call One Agilent.

We are dedicated to fostering a healthy work environment that inspires collaboration and innovation in a global scientific community. A space that fulfills an individual's purpose in a meaningful way. A place where everyone can achieve their potential, with a team that aims high, in a company that supports a flexible working environment with your well-being in mind.

We are committed to making Agilent a best place to work for everyone by providing a truly inclusive work experience. Together, through collaboration, as One Agilent, we are better able to deliver trusted answers to our customer’s critical questions because we know there is work to be done.

Global Measures

A Diverse and Growing Employee Base in the U.S.

This year, we are sharing our U.S. EE0-1 numbers*, including a look at our leadership levels to show a comprehensive picture. We value diversity at all levels and continue to focus on extending our D&I initiatives across our entire workforce. 

Numbers reflect the U.S. only, and are taken from the EEOC report. Leadership includes Senior Manager, Executive and Officer. 

*These numbers only reflect 2019. View our consolidated EEOC Report.

New and Ongoing D&I Initiatives

  • Employees now lead Employee Network Groups (ENG) in every region, creating spaces for professional development, personal growth, and career networking.
  • In 2019, Agilent received recognition from Equileap as one of the "Top 200 Making Progress Towards Gender Equality" and from Forbes as the "U.S. Best Employers for Diversity" and "U.S. Best Employers for Women."
  • The Agilent Foundation sponsored events to encourage young people to pursue science-related careers. We also sponsored the U.S. broadcast of "Intelligent Lives," in addition to our annual worldwide giving and volunteer activities.
  • Certified as Great Place to Work for Women in Greater China.
  • Our managers have the tools to attract and hire the best talent, build diverse teams, create inclusive job descriptions, engage with certified diversity recruitment partners, and more.
  • We have strategic partnerships with diversity organizations and universities and are proud to sponsor career events like Women in Engineering at San Jose University and WomenHack.
  • We continued to promote the advancement of leaders from different backgrounds. In 2019, our Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) included employees from 12 countries.

Valuing and Respecting Women in our Workforce

Women at Agilent inspire and make this a great place to work. We're proud to support women and celebrate their accomplishments.

SWE@Agilent

A community for networking, collaboration, development opportunities, and STEM outreach to girls.

Women in the C-Suite

Women executives at Agilent attended an external Leadership Acceleration Program for women who aspire to C-Suite positions.

Top 4 Workplace for Women

Certified by the Great Place to Work® (GPTW) Institute as a GPTW for women in Greater China.

Women@Agilent

A global community to enable professional and personal development.

Minister of Gender Equality and Family Award

Recognised for our STEM training programs and support of employment for women in Korea.

International Women's Day

An opportunity to celebrate the diversity and inclusion made real at Agilent.

Agilent is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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