MasterCard has announced that the company has been recognised as a corporate leader for diversity by DiversityInc . The company jumped 10 spots to fifth place on this year’s list of top 50 companies. MasterCard was distinguished for the company’s ongoing commitment to a culture of inclusion, driving innovation, talent development and results.
Donna Johnson, MasterCard’s Chief Diversity Officer, accepted the award on the company’s behalf at an awards reception in New York City.
“We are honored to receive DiversityInc’s recognition of MasterCard for our commitment to workforce diversity,” said Johnson. “We are proud to not only be a leader in the global payments industry, but also an employer of choice where the best and brightest prefer to work. Our culture of collaboration provides opportunities for growth, fulfillment and career success.”
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