We believe in fostering a workplace where all employees are empowered to thrive. We are creating an inclusive, diverse, and high-performing culture where all employees can be real, and feel safe, valued, and supported to do their best work.
Our employees are essential to our purpose—connecting people through food they love. We all play a role in delivering high-quality, wholesome, delicious food.
We’re committed to creating an inclusive, high-performing culture, grounded in our values—The 5 Cs of Campbell. And we are enhancing the Campbell Employee Experience with a focus on nine key “Moments.” To help every employee reach their full potential, these moments include orientation and on-boarding, where and how we do our work, employee connections and wellbeing, and recognition and rewards.
employees across North America.
values-related and 1 I&D-related annual objective for every employee.
Development and Feedback
times per year, all employees get feedback from their managers and have Individual Development Plans (IDPs).
Life at Campbell
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Inclusion & Diversity
Celebrating tradition this Native American Heritage Month
Honoring our veterans
We’re proud of our welcoming, collaborative, supportive team and culture. We also recognize that our commitment to inclusion and diversity is a journey and there’s more progress for us to make. Knowing this, we’ve renewed our focus and efforts with the goal of building an even more inclusive and diverse workplace where people can live into our values, be real, and feel safe, valued, and supported to do their best work.
Our actionable and measurable inclusion and diversity (I&D) strategy is designed around three pillars: capabilities, advocacy, and accountability. We are standardizing key business processes, increasing learning opportunities, advocating for ally networks, and acting with transparency and accountability.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for opportunities to connect, grow, and discuss important issues.
committed over 3 years to nonprofit organizations to raise awareness, advance education, and fight racism and discrimination.
Women in Leadership
of our management roles are held by women. 33% of people on our Board of Directors are women.
Supporting nonprofits that fight racism and discrimination
We want all our employees to feel like they truly belong at Campbell. It’s what motivates us to build a workplace where each employee is given opportunities to pursue their goals. It’s why we encourage employees to continue expanding their skills through learning and development opportunities. And it’s why we nurture a supportive environment based on the idea that we can accomplish more together than we ever could alone. Because when our employees thrive, we thrive.
At the end of the day, caring for our people is the most important thing we do. That’s why we continue to build a safety-focused culture throughout our facilities and operations—with the long-term goal of zero incidents. We’re committed to ensuring Campbell is a great place to work and treating our employees with the respect they deserve.
of salaried employees participated in learning and development opportunities in fiscal 2020, including more than 115 e-learning courses.
Health & Safety
decrease in Total Reportable Incident Rate (TRIR) since fiscal 2019.
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