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At Nielsen, we stand for counting everyone—ensuring that all voices are not just counted, but are heard. In the past, we have often been silent. We now must speak out and be much more vocal advocates and allies to our brothers and sisters.
We are proud to be awarded the No. 20 spot on the prestigious DiversityInc list of the 2020 Top 50 Companies for Diversity. Nielsen was also named No. 12 for Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and No. 6 for Board of Directors.
In honor of Black History Month 2020, we celebrated the last decade of Black history, culture and creativity. Employees from all backgrounds and regions were encouraged to attend internal and external Black History Month events some which featured our own Black leaders.
At Nielsen, building and growing a culture of inclusion and impact is part of everyone’s day-to-day responsibilities. Across all functions and geographies, we are committed to ensuring that Nielsen operates responsibly and sustainably while remaining an employer of choice and a trusted partner...
While Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15, Nielsen actively supports Hispanic causes and organizations year-round. This support is closely aligned with our core business values and is near-and-dear to our Latinx* associates.
After several years of securing a score of 90%, this new top score attests to our progressive strides toward global diversity and inclusion efforts among the differently-abled community. We now stand alongside several well-established companies, many of whom we have collaborated with in the past,...
In the latest edition of On The Record, Nielsen’s Mariko Carpenter, VP, Strategic Community Alliances, and Mia Scott-Aime, VP, Communications, sit down to chat about how Asian Americans are asserting their cultural and economic influence on the U.S. mainstream.