Lenovo has been recognized as a best place to work for disability inclusion by the Disability Equality Index (DEI).
Lenovo published its 17th annual Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, further demonstrating its commitment to being a responsible corporation around the world with a focus on building a sustainable planet, promoting inclusion, and closing the digital divide.
In 2020, Lenovo established its Product Diversity Office (PDO) to ensure its smarter technology is accessible to all users, regardless of their background or ability. By integrating inclusion into the product development process, Lenovo’s PDO works to ensure that Lenovo’s products set the industry standard for inclusive design. “We strive to exceed expectations not just […]
Lenovo’s Product Diversity Office was formed in 2020 to ensure that Lenovo’s emerging technologies work for people of all backgrounds and abilities. While the team works to eliminate bias, they also look for improvements that provide a competitive user experience for people with disabilities. “At every meeting, I emphasize that it’s the responsibility of all […]
The 2023 International Women’s Day theme – embrace equity – challenges all of us to consider how systems and structures may create inequities between genders. At Lenovo, our goal is clear: people should no longer have to change themselves to fit the world. Instead, the world will change to fit its people – all of […]
Lenovo has been listed in the 2023 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) for the fourth year. The Bloomberg Gender-Equity Index framework tracks the progress of 484 companies, in 11 sectors and 45 countries andd regions around the world in women’s empowerment and equality in the workplace.
Lenovo announced it was highlighted as one of the companies that had made the most progress in its year-on-year score in the Workplace Pride Global Benchmark. The annual benchmark was designed to measure the LGBTIQ+ policies and practices for international employers, and this is the second consecutive year Lenovo has participated in the external audit.
Technology brand Lenovo, together with fashion designer and conscious luxury pioneer, Stella McCartney, crowned Central Saint Martins’ MA Design Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery student, Peter Nasielski, the overall winner of their sustainable design competition for his innovative eyewear design, made from regenerative algae seaweed.
Today, Lenovo published its annual ESG Report, sharing its efforts in ESG areas to create a smarter, more sustainable future for all