At Hallmark, diversity is more than just employee data. While diversity is important in the workplace, creating equitable and inclusive workplaces is our goal. Hallmark’s thousands of employees across the globe are the company’s greatest asset, along with our suppliers who partner with us around the world. It’s important that everyone at Hallmark feels like they can bring their authentic selves to work and that the company recognizes the contributions of all employees, customers, and community and business partners.
Hallmark employee resource groups (ERGs) continue to give employees a voice and help them stay connected and supported. Hallmark’s supplier diversity program is part of our commitment to an inclusive culture designed to build a healthy economy in the communities where employees and suppliers live and work.
“While we continue to make progress toward creating workplaces where we embrace and celebrate our differences, the work is never done,” said Kristen Harris, Hallmark’s vice president of diversity and inclusion. “The world is changing rapidly, and we must, too. Creating a more emotionally connected world starts with caring for our people in the places where we live and work.”
Hallmark recognizes there is still work to be done. Our commitment to diversity and inclusivity remains firm as we continue on this journey.