We make work exciting, engaging and meaningful for our employees through our dedication to tackling some of the toughest power management challenges on the planet and by never losing sight of what matters. We aspire to be a model of inclusion and diversity because it’s the right thing to do for our people, investors, customers and communities.
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Today, the world runs on critical infrastructure and technology. Planes. Hospitals. Factories. Data centers. Vehicles. The electrical grid. These are things people depend on every day. And the companies behind them depend on us to help solve some of the toughest power management challenges on the planet.
Eaton is dedicated to improving people’s lives and the environment with power management technologies that are more reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Eaton is a power management company made up of over 96,000 employees, doing business in more than 175 countries. Our energy-efficient products and services help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more reliably, efficiently, safely and sustainably - by giving people tools to use power more efficiently, by helping companies do business more sustainably, and by encouraging each and every employee at Eaton to think differently about the business, their communities - and the positive impact they can have on the world.
When we embrace the different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds that make each of us unique, we — as individuals and as a company — are stronger. We believe this outlook helps us attract, retain and engage top talent around the world. We aspire to be a model of inclusion and diversity in our industry—a place where everyone matters, a place where everyone belongs.
At Eaton, women are encouraged and supported to contribute, grow and evolve their careers here. We have an employee resource group dedicated to supporting women called WAVE – Women Adding Value at Eaton. This group supports women in our organization globally and on a local level – including hosting events like “Introduce a Girl to Engineering” days as well as global events to honor International Women’s Day.