Subscribe to GlobalData Explorer to access actionable intelligence spanning 22 industries, 200+ economies and 700k+ companies on a single platform

VMware: Workforce Diversity and Inclusion in 2022

  • In 2022, VMware reported 29.2% women participation in its workforce, an increase of 2.1 percentage points over 2021
  • In 2022, the representation of Asian employees in the US VMware workforce was 32%, a slight decrease of 0.2 percentage points over 2021
  • VMware has set a goal to hire 50% women and gender non-binary by 2030

Diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI) in an organization help bring unique perspectives and ideas to create more innovative, productive, and resilient enterprises. It also contributes to equality of opportunity and treatment in the workplace at all stages of the employment relationship, including recruitment, retention, promotion, remuneration, and access to training and skills development.

Over the past three decades, the gender gap in organizations has narrowed due to labour mobility worldwide. There has been an increasing global awareness that all workers have a right to a dignified and respectful workplace irrespective of their sexual orientation and ethnicity, which helps to promote an open and inclusive workplace. However, labour market disruption due to the COVID-19 has had devastating consequences globally. Women’s employment declined by 5% globally in 2020 compared with around 4% for men according to International Labour Organization (ILO).

The technology industry is working towards filling the gender gap and increasing inclusivity in the years ahead. The companies in the industry work to create flexible work and well-being programs such as free mental health counseling and childcare to promote positive work culture.

VMware Inc (VMware) offers cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology services. The company develops applications of virtualization technologies and provides software maintenance, and professional services such as design, implementation, and training services. In 2022, the company reported 29.2% women participation in its workforce, an increase of 2.1 percentage points over 2021. At the senior management level representation of women globally increased to 27.2% by 1.8 percentage points over 2021.

 

In 2022, the representation of Asian employees in the US VMware workforce was 32% which decreased 0.2 percentage points from 2021. Black & African American and Hispanic & Latino employees represented 4.4% and 7.1% of the US workforce, respectively.

VMware has set a goal to hire 50% women and gender non-binary by 2030. The company has committed to spending $1.5 billion with diverse suppliers by 2030. It plans to set specific spending targets for certified minority-owned businesses including those who identify as Black, Hispanic/ Latino, veterans, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ+ owned businesses.



Explore, track and compare industries, economies and companies in a single platform through GlobalData Explorer.​

Single License $700 per month (billed Annually)
Multiple Licenses Connect with a GlobalData representative to discover our offers for multiple licenses​
  • 700K+Companies
  • 22Industries
  • 15K+Reports
  • 200+Countries & Regions
Still looking?

Don’t wait - discover a universe of connected data & insights with your next search. Browse over 28M data points across 22 industries.

Explorer

Access more premium companies when you subscribe to Explorer

Get in touch about GlobalData Company Analytics

Contact the team or request a demo to find out how our data can drive your business forward