IBM Named One of the 2019 World's Most Ethical Companies

IBM Named One of the 2019 World's Most Ethical Companies

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IBM is being recognized as one of the 2019 World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. The global organization, devoted to defining and advancing ethical business practices, honors companies driving positive change in business and society. Companies recognized are role models in ethics and compliance, organizational culture, governance, corporate citizenship, and leadership and reputation.

"Responsibility has been a hallmark of IBM's culture for 107 years, from our labs to our boardroom, and we're honored to be recognized as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies," said Ginni Rometty, IBM Chairman, President and CEO. "We know our clients and the consumers they serve expect more than groundbreaking innovation and expertise. They want to work with a partner they trust, and one that works to make the world better, safer and smarter. We are deeply committed to these values."

Responsible stewardship of data and technology, the future of jobs and skills, and leading the way on diversity and inclusion are hallmarks of IBM's ethical commitments. IBM also is recognized globally as a leader in expanding the pathways through which students and professionals can build skills for today's technology era. That includes "new collar jobs," where having the right skills matters more than having a specific degree.

In addition, fueled by record diverse hiring, promotion and retention, IBM last year achieved its greatest progress in a decade on diversity representation among global executive women and underrepresented minorities. The company also advocated with governments around the world for policies that help ensure workplaces are as inclusive and diverse as the world we live in.

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