“We are proud once again to be named as one of America’s most JUST companies in recognition of our commitment to a healthy and equitable workplace, social responsibility and environmental sustainability,” said Marc Bitzer, Chairman and CEO of Whirlpool Corporation.
Newsweek and market data research firm Plant-A Insights used publicly available data, interviews with HR professionals and 350,000 reviews from a diverse pool of U.S. employees to develop the list. Whirlpool Corp. was among the top companies recognized across six main economic sectors that employees said truly respect and value a diverse workforce.
Whirlpool Corporation's new Benton Harbor Housing Development is now accepting applications.
“We feel incredibly honored and humbled to be named among the three most responsible companies in America,” said Marc Bitzer, Chairman and CEO of Whirlpool Corporation.
"This recognition is a testament to the dedication of our 69,000 employees around the globe who have worked hard to drive meaningful change and improve life at home and on our planet.”
Check out this new corporate overview video to find out how Whirlpool Corporation remains in constant pursuit of improving life at home.
Whirlpool Corp. was among the 36 organizations recognized as a Leading Inclusion Index Company by the Seramount Inclusion Index, receiving a 70 percent or higher score.
Implementation of World Class Manufacturing (WCM) across our plants incorporates the use of regular, rigorous external audits to assess, drive and support the system. Whirlpool Corporation’s plants in Clyde and Findlay, Ohio, were recently awarded bronze certification in their most recent WCM audits.
With the support of long-time collaborator, Teach For America, the Whirlpool Care Counts™ laundry program works with participating schools to find ways to ensure children have access to clean clothes throughout the school year.