Diversity and Inclusion

Edelman is proud of our workplace diversity

Edelman believes in and champions diversity in thought, perspective and background. As pioneer thinkers, our success lies in the ability to innovate and identify solutions for our clients. We are committed to providing the best counsel available. We can offer our clients rich and grounded counsel by including diverse counselors in our employee population, locally, regionally and globally. Further, a diverse workforce contributes to a richer, more enjoyable and innovative work environment.

We actively seek to hire and promote individuals representing a variety of heritages and experiences. Through proactive talent management and mentorship programs, we educate and help grow our employees by nurturing a culture where diversity and inclusion is championed, valued and expected.

Our 5,500 employees work in more than 65 cities across 31 countries on six continents, and bring grounded context to our efforts, and a true understanding of the complexities of the world, its cultures, markets, and issues. Throughout the organization, our team and work environment represent our organizational values.

We aim to create an inclusive environment where equity of opportunity exists for all employees, allowing them to maximize their talents and reach their full potential. We take advantage of their unique perspectives and celebrate all of the things that make each person unique including race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, nationality, sexual orientation, physical abilities, age, parental status, work and behavioral style. Further, we aim to equip employees to help clients respond to an increasingly global society through inspired counsel and innovative solutions. Our diversity drives an inclusive environment wherein differences are valued and integrated into every part of our organization’s operation. To become a part of our team, please apply on our jobs page.

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