Belonging at Kellogg
We live in an increasingly diverse and interconnected world. And at Kellogg, we recognize that building a workforce and leadership team that encompasses diverse perspectives is a crucial component of our continued success in the marketplace. We take an active approach toward diversity and inclusion, helping to ensure that everyone feels welcome in the workplace and providing programs that increase opportunities for all our employees.
Kellogg stands in support of the black community and continues to take action to fight racism. The company does not tolerate discrimination, believes all individuals should be treated with respect, and urges employees to speak up when they see behaviours that don’t match the company’s values. Recently, Kellogg and the Kellogg Company Fund donated $1 million to the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) to aid the important work they are doing for racial justice. Kellogg has been a long-standing partner and funder of NAACP since 2003. In Canada, our learning journey continues, too. From company-wide inclusivity chats, to smaller group discussions, to employee learning modules on Race and Discrimination, to recognizing Juneteenth as a company-wide day of reflection, the objective of which is to take time out of our busy schedules to truly reflect, share learnings, and support one another. We are committed to doing everything we can to educate ourselves on how we can be part of the solution and a positive force for change.
Health & Safety
The goal of our Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) team is to deliver value through a culture that ensures zero injuries and illnesses and minimizes our impact on the planet and the communities where we live, work and source ingredients. Kellogg and our EHS team believe that all workplace accidents are preventable, and we have an ultimate goal of achieving a zero incident rate.