We Go Further Together
Creating the world’s most innovative aerospace products and services requires a diverse and inclusive global team. We know that every teammate brings something uniquely valuable to Boeing, and that by listening to all ideas and voices, together we can make the world better.
We’re committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion in our company and local communities. This is upheld by thousands of teammates around the world who are creating an environment where everyone is welcomed, respected and supported in reaching their full potential.
Best workplace for veterans rating by multiple veterans groups, including Military Friendly®, DiversityInc and Military Times.
We have more than 125 chapters of employee-led Business Resource Groups globally that advance inclusion and foster collaboration across our company and communities.
Over the last four years, the percentage of women in Engineering and IT vice president roles has increased ~200%.
50+ indigenous tribes
More than 50 Native American and Indigenous tribes are represented today at Boeing.
Veterans comprise 14.8% of our overall U.S. workforce and 24% of Boeing Defense, Space & Security and Boeing Global Services (4% higher than industry peers).
We earned a score of 100% on Disability:IN’s Disability Equality Index for the fifth year in a row.
The Steps We're Taking
We’ve set clear aspirations that we’re striving to achieve by 2025.
- Increase the Black representation rate in the U.S. by 20%.
- Achieve parity in retention rates of all groups.
- Close representation gaps for historically underrepresented groups.
- Advance common understanding, shared experiences and mutual respect.
- Report diversity metrics and progress annually.
- Eliminate any statistically significant differences between the workplace experiences of underrepresented and at-representation groups.
Some of the actions we’re taking to get there.
- Requiring diverse slates and interview teams at executive levels, and requiring hiring managers to take bias mitigation training.
- Holding ourselves accountable to equal pay for equal work by conducting regular compensation reviews.
- Analyzing more than 1,200 unique job groups to identify and close representation gaps.
- Increasing diversity in our talent pool through continued partnerships with organizations that inspire young women in STEM, and with educational institutions that serve underrepresented racial minorities.
- Advancing equity and social justice in our communities by investing – at minimum – $25 million in nonprofit organizations that advance equity by 2023.
- Talking openly about race and racism at every level of our company.