Fujitsu Diversity and Inclusion: 5 Principles That Guide Them

The global tech company knows that a diverse workforce is essential in serving a diverse customer base.

Buffy Naylor, Senior Managing Editor

November 18, 2021

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At Fujitsu, diversity and inclusion (D&I) is an essential element of the business plan. The global technology company has employees and customers in more than 180 countries. Their D&I strategy is built around the need for a diverse workforce that will meet the needs and interests of a diverse global customer base.

On their website, Fujitsu states that they aspire to be “a responsible business that reflects the diversity of our world and build an inclusive culture where everyone can be completely themselves. We will celebrate difference and ensure that people can succeed regardless of their personal identity, especially their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, health, disability, and age.”

Fujitsu established their Diversity Promotion Office in 2008. Within the purview of the company’s president and its diversity officer, the office helps to promote diversity in Fujitsu locations worldwide. And since 2020, higher-level executives have been including D&I-related items in their goals.

Recognizing the exemplary qualities of Fujitsu’s program, Oracle published “5 Diversity & Inclusion Lessons from Fujitsu.” Scroll through the above gallery to learn about those five principles and more.


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Buffy Naylor

Senior Managing Editor, Channel Futures

Buffy Naylor is senior managing editor of Channel Futures. Prior to joining Informa (then VIRGO) in 2008, she was an award-winning copywriter and editor, then senior manager of corporate communications for an international leisure travel corporation and, before that, in charge of creative development and copywriting for a boutique marketing and public relations agency.

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