Lenovo has once again been recognized in the 2022 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). The framework provides an internationally standardized approach to measure performance in female leadership, gender pay parity and inclusive culture, and distinguishes companies supporting gender equality through policy development, representation, and transparency. The index includes 418 companies headquartered across 45 countries and regions.
“The Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index is an international acknowledgment of the work we’re doing in Gender Equality,” said Calvin Crosslin, Chief Diversity Officer, Lenovo. “As a global technology leader, gender equality is a top priority of our social impact efforts. We’ve set several ambitious goals to increase representation of female executives. By fiscal year 2025/26, we’re aspiring to have women represent 27% of Lenovo’s executive population.”
Lenovo has a global employee base of over 71,500 employees, operating in more than 180 markets around the world, with women comprising 36% of the workforce. Read more about Lenovo’s diversity and inclusion efforts in the most recent Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
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