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              Embracing inclusion and diversity

              A driving force in our business is recruiting, developing and retaining a diverse, world-class workforce that reflects our global community. It is important to us that our people encompass diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. We have created structures within our organizations and continually support inside and outside initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion. Not only is this the right thing to do, but it encourages fresh ideas and thoughts that stimulate creativity and provide outstanding innovation.

              Diversity Statistics

              • 21% of U.S. “Officials and Managers” are multicultural, an increase of 24% from five years ago with improvement among each of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Hispanic/Latino, Black/African American and Asian designations.
              • The U.S. “Professional” talent base is 26% multicultural, an increase of 13% from five years ago with improvement among all but one of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Hispanic/Latino, Black/African American and Asian designations.
              • Women make up 56% of U.S. "Officials and Managers."
              • Of the approximately 22,000 U.S. employees who are “Professionals” and “Officials and Managers,” 24% are multicultural, 57% are women, and only 33% are white men.
              • Of the 11 current members of Omnicom’s Board of Directors, six are women and four are African American.

              Omnicom People Engagement Network

              What began as a centralized function with the creation of our Chief Diversity Officer position in 2009 has grown to include high-level representation throughout our network of companies with the appointment of "Chief Diversity Champions."

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              Omniwomen, a global organization within Omnicom, is dedicated to promoting networking and career opportunities, as well as developing the female leaders of tomorrow. Women’s professional progression is not a women’s issue but a business imperative. Diverse and inclusive management teams and boards financially outperform those that are not. In today’s economy, an inclusive workplace is a competitive advantage. After all, the best investment we can make is in our human capital.

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              OPEN Pride

              As part of the Omnicom People Engagement Network, OPEN Pride fuels the personal growth, organizational inclusion and business success of Omnicom Group’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) employees and allies.

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              Omnicom and its networks are proud supporters of ADCOLOR which was founded by our Chief Diversity Officer, Tiffany R. Warren.?ADCOLOR champions diversity and inclusion in creative industries. Their process is twofold. First, they help individuals and organizations RISE UP, letting their accomplishments and ideas shine. Then they teach new leaders and would-be-mentors how to REACH BACK and find others who deserve to be noticed and promoted. ADCOLOR strives to create a network of outstanding diverse professionals and advocates by honoring their accomplishments and leveraging their stories as a road map for others to follow. ?By highlighting the achievements of African-Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, members of the LGBT community and diversity and inclusion champions, ADCOLOR aims to inspire the next generation of multicultural professionals.

              visit the adcolor.org website

              Omnicom Community & Industry Partnerships

              Omnicom partners with and supports many community-based and national organizations that focus on?creating opportunities for diverse talent.