Symantec | Talent, Culture, Diversity

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Symantec | Talent, Culture, Diversity

With operations in more than 50 countries, Symantec is a truly global company, with a globally diverse workforce. Our ability to attract, develop, promote, retain and fully engage a wide range of talented individuals enhances innovation in our products and services and improves our competitiveness.

We are committed to keeping our diversity and inclusion initiatives front and center. As we continue to expand our efforts, we keep four goals in mind:

  • Expanding the talent pool, and maximizing our access to that pool
  • Helping our workforce understand the paths to advancement and feel supported in their roles
  • Helping our global workforce feel connected to the organization
  • Ensuring accountability on our diversity and inclusion efforts and connecting diversity and inclusion to the business goals of the organization

Please visit our corporate responsibility website and follow our blog.

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