For more than 80 years, HP has stood up for diversity, equity, and inclusion-and leading with this purpose remains a priority today.
This year’s Black History Month celebrations are different and serve as a stark reminder of how much progress is still to be made in light of the devastating and daily examples of the dangers that Black and African American citizens face.
Progress has no finish line. And as we face an inflection point in our society, we are taking action to do our part to end systemic racism and inequality and to ensure everyone is treated with fairness, dignity, and humanity.
While COVID-19 has impacted the way everyone works and lives, the consequences of the pandemic have had a particularly profound impact on the working lives of women.
With 1 in 4 women considering changing their career or leaving the workforce entirely due to burnout, this year has been pivotal, not only to continue advancing and creating equal opportunities for everyone but to reversing the negative effects of the pandemic for women in the workplace.
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