UKG Named to Newsweek’s Greatest Workplaces for Women List for the Second Consecutive Year

UKG Named to Newsweek’s Greatest Workplaces for Women List for the Second Consecutive Year

Acknowledging its steadfast commitment to fostering an inclusive and equitable workplace environment that positively impacts all employees, UKG — a leading provider of HR, payroll, workforce management, and culture solutions for all people — has earned a spot on Newsweek’s “America’s Greatest Workplaces for Women 2024” list for the second year in a row. 

This accolade for UKG underscores its dedication to cultivating workplaces where every employee can thrive and serves as a testament to the positive impact of strong leadership and equitable practices. 

In this annual ranking, Newsweek surveyed women across the United States, evaluating companies based on various criteria, including compensation, benefits, work-life balance, and proactive management of diversity. Notably, UKG also secured a spot on this year’s Newsweek’s “America’s Greatest Workplaces for Diversity” list for the second year in a row, reinforcing its commitment to inspiring all companies to create an inclusive and supportive workplace culture.

“The women at UKG are a driving force behind our success, bringing unparalleled talent, resilience, and innovation to the table. Their leadership, both in and out of executive roles, serves as a constant source of inspiration for me and the entire organization,” said Brian K. Reaves, chief belonging, equity, and impact officer at UKG. “I am deeply grateful for the incredible contributions of the women and individuals who identify as female at UKG. Their dedication and unique perspectives enrich our workplace every day, making us a stronger and more vibrant community.”

Fostering Inclusivity: DEI&B (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging) and Social Impact Strategic Initiatives at UKG

UKG brings its values to life through the organization’s Belonging, Equity, and Impact strategic pillars: Create, Enrich, Uplift and Succeed. These values guide UKG in its mission to elevate opportunity for its people, customers, and communities by celebrating unique identities and perspectives, championing inclusive cultures, and inspiring positive change for workplaces around the world.

The company’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEI&B) initiatives, along with its Social Impact Programs, are strategically designed to enhance the company’s core values. Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) at UKG harness the power of community to benefit not only employees but also the broader organization and local communities. These employee-driven groups enrich the organization’s fabric by emphasizing shared identities, collective experiences, and allyship, and the tangible, measurable positive business impacts play a pivotal role in the company’s overall success.

FIRE Up (Female Inclusion, Resilience, & Excellence) is a women’s ERG at UKG dedicated to cultivating a community to advance equity for all women in the workplace. FIRE Up’s mission is to create an inclusive and supportive community of change through the power of growth, allyship, and networking to inspire more equal opportunities for all women. The group strives to create a global workplace where women are empowered, enabled, and equal. FIRE Up offers professional development opportunities for women to put themselves in a position to move ahead in their careers. 

UKG openly celebrates stories of employees who identify as female through Stories with Purpose, an interactive experience into the crucial themes of belonging, equity, and impact. Through narratives shared by UKG customers, global partners, and employees, this journey unfolds the significance of everyday, intersectional experiences. It showcases the profound influence that UKG, along with other members of the global business community, can exert when committed to a higher standard; embracing diverse identities, celebrating differences, and collaboratively striving to advance equity to build a future where everyone belongs. 

“We recognize the enduring challenges on the road to equality in the workplace, and we remain committed to addressing issues such as equal pay and underrepresentation in leadership roles, as well as actively working to eliminate discrimination and harassment,” said Pat Wadors, chief people officer at UKG. “Breaking down these barriers is a collective effort, and UKG aims to be a positive example not only for our own people but also for our customers and their employees.”

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