We are committed to developing and supporting the career paths of all women, both inside and outside of the company. In fact, we aspire to be the most inclusive company in the world.
We believe we all must make a choice every day in what we can do – individually and collectively – to drive meaningful, deliberate change through our words, our deeds and our culture. That's why we have invested in programs like Black Girls Code and The Girl Scouts and support inclusive public policy action through our participation in the Business Coalition for the Equality Act and the Coalition for the American Dream.
We’re proud to have been recognized as the #1 company for Gender Equality by Equileap who identified as the only leading U.S. company in the S&P 100 Index with no gender pay gap. In addition, we offer nearly a dozen different employee resource groups, including the GM WOMEN’s council which help us foster a more inclusive environment.
Our vision is a world with Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion and we embrace the responsibility to lead the change that will make our world better, safer and more equitable for all.
Together, we want to make electric vehicles for everyone and safely push transportation beyond our wildest imaginations with autonomous vehicles and advance hydrogen fuel cell technology. We will expand our horizons through new technology platforms and create innovations that deliver customer value.
Our diverse workforce of 164,000 employees bring their collective passion for engineering, technology and design to help us deliver on this ambitious future. While we are proud of our achievements so far there is more work to be done. Together, for everyone.
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Our culture is critical to helping us succeed in our mission to become the most inclusive company in the world. In fact, one of our core behaviors is “Be Inclusive” which is evidenced even at the highest levels of our leadership and Board of Directors. At our helm is the first female CEO for an automotive company, and we were the first of any major industrial corporation to achieve a 50/50 gender split on our Board of Directors in which women currently represent 55% of our Board.