We believe in fostering a safe and diverse workplace where all employees are empowered to thrive. We are building a more inclusive, high-performing culture where all employees feel safe, valued, and supported to do their best work.
Building a winning team and culture continues to be the first pillar of our business strategy because we understand that we are only as strong as our people. We’re prioritizing the development of our people so that we and they can reach our full growth potential.
Campbell’s purpose reflects what we’re all about: Connecting people through food they love. To recognize our employees who are making an impact on the business, we’ve incorporated our purpose and values into our employee recognition program.
We’ve evolved our leadership team, improved our business fundamentals, and demonstrated a renewed spirit of creativity and competitiveness.
Diane Johnson May is our Chief Human Resources Officer and leads a team of dedicated professionals to build a winning team and culture. Camille Pierce, our Chief Culture Officer, oversees our I&D work.
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Guided by our purpose and values, we’re proud of the way we support and care for each other, our communities, and the customers and consumers we serve.
We’re building a company where everyone can be real, and feel safe, valued, and supported to do their best work. Our I&D strategy is designed to build capabilities to drive change, strengthen ally networks and communities through advocacy, and ensure accountability and transparency around our progress.
To build our capabilities, we’re increasing I&D learning opportunities and standardizing key processes throughout the company. In fiscal 2022, 95% of managers completed I&D learning and development opportunities focused on improving collaboration through inclusive behaviors.
We enhanced our talent acquisition processes to reach more diverse talent so we can hire the best candidate for the job.
To create an inclusive workplace, we’re supporting employees and organizations working to end racism and discrimination. In 2022, we fulfilled a three-year, $1.5 million commitment to support nonprofit organizations that raise awareness and fight discrimination.
Our 11 employee-led Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), which span office, remote, and manufacturing locations, engaged more members with events centered on learning and development, including mentorship and sponsorship programs. The work contributes to our culture by emphasizing belonging and and connects to our marketplace of customers, consumers, vendors, and communities.
To foster accountability, all salaried employees have performance objectives related to I&D. We track progress against our I&D initiatives and report regularly to the company.
We’re proud that as a result of this work, the company has been recognized for its commitment to creating a more inclusive workplace, having been named one of America’s Greatest Workplaces 2023 for Diversity by Newsweek, America’s Best Employers for Diversity by Forbes, included on the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the fifth consecutive year, and listed as a Champion of Board Diversity by the Forum of Executive Women.
of salaried employees had performance objectives related to I&D in fiscal 2022.
of managers completed I&D learning and development opportunities to improve their capabilities in fiscal 2022.
in grants to nonprofit organizations that fight racism and discrimination from The Campbell’s Foundation fulfilled in fiscal 2022.
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We want all our employees to feel like they truly belong at Campbell’s. At the end of the day, caring for our people is the most important thing we do. That’s why we continue to foster a work environment where all employees can learn, grow, and thrive, both professionally and personally. It’s why we’re building a safety-focused culture and why we provide a variety of resources and benefits to support our employees while they’re at work and at every stage of life.
We’re committed to ensuring our company is a great place to work and prioritizing the safety and well-being of our employees each and every day.
What makes Campbell’s special to me is the people. I’ve been here for over 30 years, and it’s great to come to work when you enjoy the people you are working with. Cindy Outlaw, Service Leader in Soup Ingredient Prep, Maxton, North Carolina
What makes Campbell’s special to me is the people. I’ve been here for over 30 years, and it’s great to come to work when you enjoy the people you are working with.
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