Qualcomm signs the Diversity Charter for corporate inclusiveness

Over 4,000 companies in Germany have signed up to the document

Qualcomm announced that since June 2022 it has joined with more than 4,000 companies and organizations in Germany to join the Diversity Charter, a corporate initiative aimed at promoting employee diversity in companies and institutions. The Diversity Charter aims to promote the recognition, appreciation and integration of diversity into German corporate culture. “The Diversity Charter believes that all employees must be valued regardless of age, ethnic origin and nationality, gender, religion and world view, physical and mental abilities, sexual orientation and social background”, reads the official statement. Qualcomm has signed the Diversity Charter for all its German companies (Qualcomm CDMA Technologies GmbH, Qualcomm Technologies International GmbH, Qualcomm Germany RFFE GmbH and RF360 Europe GmbH). Qualcomm’s goals are as follows: “Strengthen relationships with partners, attract and retain top talent, and foster a sense of inclusion within the company for every employee. These employee networks are: AbilityQ, Qualcomm Equality Employee Network, Qualcomm Black Inclusion Group, QWomen, QVets and U2Q ”.

Enrico Salvatori, Senior Vice President of Qualcomm Europe, Inc. and President of Qualcomm Europe / MEA, said, “Qualcomm is committed to diversity in the workplace. As a company we embrace and support diversity and are committed to all of these issues of openness and inclusion. Our code of conduct proves it and now, by signing and becoming part of the German Diversity Charter, we want to promote it even more “. Christian Block, Senior Vice President of Qualcomm Germany RFFE GmbH and GM of RFFE, said: “Our employees and their workplace values ​​are important to Qualcomm; we see diversity as an opportunity to showcase talent and individualism. of our employees. Being part of this association is extremely important to us and a step in the right direction to expand Qualcomm’s vision of employee diversity and inclusion in many other regions and countries. “