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Opening up

opportunity

People deserve respect and opportunity at every turn. Across our supply chain and partnerships, we’re working to amplify diverse voices, empower workers and respect human rights.

Tracking our progress

The goal:

Empower

workers

Double factory participation1 in our supply chain sustainability programs by 2025, compared to 2015

Where we’re at:

114%

increase through 2021, compared to 2015, goal achieved

The goal:

Executive diversity

Double the number of Black and African American HP executives2 by 2025.

Where we’re at:

+33%

Black and African American executives increased by 33% compared with 2020.

The goal:

Gender equality

Achieve 50/50 gender equality in HP leadership by 2030.3

Where we’re at:

33%

Globally, women held 32.5% of director-level positions or higher in 2021.

The goal:

Women in engineering

Go beyond 30% of HP technology and engineering roles held by women by 2030.

Where we’re at:

22.7%

As of October 2021, 22.7% of technology and engineering roles held by women.

Participation drives progress

349,000

workers reached through empowerment programs such as MOVE through 2021

From workers’ rights initiatives to on-site wellbeing courses, we’re tracking to reach one million people through worker empowerment programs by 2030.

Driving continuous improvement through our supply chain

Discover the steps we’re taking to improve labor conditions within supplier factories, while our diverse array of partners and suppliers are afforded opportunities and treated with respect.

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Advancing human rights

We champion respect for human rights in everything we do. Find out how we use our scale and influence to promote positive change.

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Sourcing ethical minerals

We’re dedicated to eliminating conflict-related risks from our supply chain. Discover how we're doing it.

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Where are HP products manufactured?

We aim for transparency regarding how and where HP products are made. We work with a vast network of suppliers on six continents, with more than half of suppliers based in the Asia Pacific region. Find out more about our production suppliers.

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United States (164), Canada (4), Mexico (12)

Brazil 20, Costa Rica 1

Denmark 4, Ireland 7, Sverige 2, United Kingdom 11

Belgique 9, France 4, Deutschland 35, Nederland 6, Suisse 10

Česká republika 8, Polska 1, Romania 1

Türkiye 3, UAE 1, Israel 61

中国 213, Indonesia 2, 日本 41, Malaysia 19, Philippines 9, Singapore 54, 한국 14, 臺灣 地區 50, Thailand 6, Vietnam 4

United States (164), Canada (4), Mexico (12)

Brazil 20, Costa Rica 1

Denmark 4, Ireland 7, Sverige 2, United Kingdom 11

Belgique 9, France 4, Deutschland 35, Nederland 6, Suisse 10

Česká republika 8, Polska 1, Romania 1

Türkiye 3, UAE 1, Israel 61

中国 213, Indonesia 2, 日本 41, Malaysia 19, Philippines 9, Singapore 54, 한국 14, 臺灣 地區 50, Thailand 6, Vietnam 4

How we're doing

95%

Suppliers representing 95% of HP’s total production supplier spend have gone through social and environmental assessments.

37,000

workers reached through capability-building programs in 2021.

Creating a community

94%

of HP employees feel we value diversity

Which is still not enough—that’s why we’re committed to making every single employee feel they belong to a fully inclusive community. Find out how.

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Broadening our own diversity perspectives

We’re tuned into the evolving conversation about inclusion and belonging—and we’re committed to making a difference inside the workplace and beyond.

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Age and accessibility

We make our products and services easier to access and simpler to use for persons with disabilities and age-related limitations.

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Goodbye to autism bias

Partnering with PROVAIL, our Spectrum Success program highlights young talent with autism.

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HP is considered a leader in LGBTQ+ workplace equality by The Human Rights Campaign

How we're doing

87%

of HP employees believe “I can be myself at work”. ⁴

130

Business Impact Networks of employees help drive diversity and inclusion in 37 countries.

79%

of our US workforce enrolled in our Global Wellness Challenge in 2021.

How we empower our people to grow at work

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Personalized development

Our social learning platform enables employees to integrate development and training into their daily schedules.

Leadership
development

Each year upward of 100 HP leadership development programs and experiential workshops welcome the next generation of leaders. 

Digital skillset
growth

Initiatives like the digital literacy campaign Speak Digital help employees stay on top of innovation in tech and customer experience.

HP Amplify Impact™ educates, excites, and empowers our channel partners to create lasting positive change and maximize sustainable business opportunities. As of April 2022, Amplify Impact partners had completed more than 10,000 sustainability training courses.

Committed to broad social justice

$650 million

economic impact from HP supplier diversity5

We’re investing in our supply chain partners and their future. That means leading the way within tech for racial equality and broader social justice.

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Supporting more women and minority students into STEM careers

We partner with UN Women and organizations like Girl Rising and blackcomputeHER to open the doors to STEM careers for more women and people of color.

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Improving representation

We are dedicated to becoming the employer of choice for underrepresented groups seeking careers in the tech industry, including women, racial/ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and military veterans.

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Championing African-American leaders

We’re committed to breaking down systemic barriers, doubling our Black and African-American leadership, and promoting sponsorships to develop talent.

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HP’s Racial Equality & Social Justice Task Force works to advance opportunity

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We’re accelerating equality
in the tech industry

90%

Maintain higher than 90% rating on internal inclusion index for all employee demographics annually.6

2.6%

Increased Black/African American technical representation from 2.3%.

100%

Score on the Corporate Equality Index for LGBTQ Equality for the 19th year.

Footnotes and disclaimers

  1. This data does not include participation in RBA audits. Participation in our supply chain sustainability programs is quantified by those programs that go beyond audits to build supplier capabilities to meet our standards. This includes deep-dive assessment, weekly reporting of labor metrics, procurement engagement through our supplier Sustainability Scorecard, and in-depth coaching and workshops tailored to supplier risks.
  2. As a percentage of U.S. personnel with the title of Executive, formerly called Vice President
  3. “Leadership” is defined as director level and up at HP.
  4. Data refers to the percentage of HP 2021 Voice Insight Action (VIA) employee survey respondents who strongly agreed or agreed with "I can be myself at work" statement.
  5. Goods and services produced by HP's diverse suppliers and their supply chains.
  6. Annually, HP employees fill out a survey called Voice Insight Action (VIA) to help us understand overall employee engagement including their sense of belonging in the company.