Inclusion & Engagement
We realize that to succeed as a company, all of our employees must respect every culture — and one another.
GCP Applied Technologies is a truly global organization. Our commitment to inclusion shines through in the international profile of our employees and communities in which we maintain a presence. We draw talent from around the world. We have customers in more than 110 countries. And we operate in the local language as well as business English in well over 60 facilities in more than 40 countries.
Equal opportunity statement
We're dedicated to achieving equal opportunity for all of our employees and applicants for employment. Accordingly, our policy states that we shall:
Recruit, hire, train and promote qualified persons in all job titles, and ensure that all other employment-related actions are administered, without regard to race; color; religion; sex; sexual preference; national origin; disability; status as a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, other protected veteran or Armed Forces service medal veteran; or genetic information.
Further the principle of equal employment opportunity in employment-related decisions.
Ensure that promotion and other employment decisions accord with principles of equal employment opportunity by imposing only valid job-related requirements for employment opportunities and basing all employment decisions only on those valid job requirements.
Ensure that all personnel actions, such as compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, return from layoff, company-sponsored training, education, tuition assistance and social and recreational programs, will be administered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or status as a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, other protected veteran or Armed Forces service medal veteran.
Employees and applicants are protected from harassment, threats, coercion, intimidation, interference and/or discrimination for filing a complaint, assisting in an investigation or opposing any practice inconsistent with this policy that is made unlawful under Executive Order 11246, the Jobs for Veterans Act, the Rehabilitation Act or their implementing regulations.