Let's celebrate our differences
"In ABB, we do not discriminate on any grounds: gender, ethnic, sexual orientation, cultural, social, religious or other. We are all human and we see diversity as a core strength. Therefore, we seek to create an inclusive environment, in which everyone is safe, treated with respect and can succeed. We want our people to be proud of ABB and proud of what we stand for."
Björn Rosengren, CEO
Employee resource groups are voluntary, employee-led groups whose mission at ABB is to champion diversity initiatives and embrace the differences that make us unique to foster an environment of inclusion equity and belonging at ABB.
The mission of ABB’s Abilities ERG is to create and support a community which includes those living with disabilities, physical or other.
The mission of ABB’s Young Professionals ERG is to build a network of early and mid-career talent that unites colleagues, builds capabilities and accelerates career development.
The mission of ABB’s Senior Professionals ERG is to create and support a community of ABB Senior Professionals to develop an environment to connect, inform, retain, and nurture senior employees.
The mission of ABB’s Asian Professionals ERG is to promote professional development and amplify cultural awareness, within our global community, and with our customers.
The mission of ABB’s Hispanic-Latin X ERG is to create ABB communities who embrace and celebrate Hispanic-Latin X cultures within the ABB family.
The mission of ABB’s Black Professionals ERG is to foster programs in ABB for employees, including Black Professionals, that support recruitment and retention of talent.
The mission of ABB’s Military & Allies ERG is to provide a community for ABB Veterans and their allies, that focuses on recruitment, support, and promotion within the US.
Equitable representation, promotion and opportunities for all genders.
Inclusion of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer+ community.
Increase disability awareness & accommodation – cognitive, emotional & physical.
Ensuring that all generations are welcomed and skills and strengths are utilized and bridged across.
Build a diverse workforce with respect to national, ethnical and cultural differences.
Inclusion of different ways of thinking, viewpoints, experiences, skill sets and personality traits (eg introvert vs extrovert).
For pride month in June, some of our employees share what inclusion means to them.
Making small changes to the words we use makes a big difference.
How do you deliver cutting-edge projects thousands of miles apart and look after a baby?
Young people from all over the world learn to lead on ABB’s Global Training Program.
ABB was recently among more than 50 of Europe’s largest industrial and technological companies to sign the first pan-European commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Spearheaded by the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT), of which ABB is a member, the pledge is designed to promote inclusion and diversity in the workplace.