U.S. Headquarters
Detroit, MI
Automotive Manufacturing
U.S. Employees
Mary Barra
Mary Barra

“Our transition to an all-electric future is just as much about our people as it is about the technology, and we firmly believe that our diverse talent is central to the innovation that is driving our industry forward. We’re committed to ensuring that this transition is inclusive and we will continue to foster a culture where everyone feels that they belong.”

Kristen Puchek
Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer

“This is an exciting chapter in the history of GM, and we are proud to have DEI at the forefront of our business transformation. Our goal is to drive impact for our employees, customers and partners to enable individuals of all backgrounds, identities and abilities to fully participate in GM’s future. When we do this, and do it well, that’s how we win.”

From the Company

As a company, GM:

  • Launched a new DEI framework, strategy and operational model in 2024 across GM enterprise, focused on leadership, talent equity, inclusive employee experience and culture and community and social impact.
  • Was recognized in the Human Right Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index, awarded with the Equality 100, the highest possible score.
  • Expanded its Total Rewards (benefits and policies) for eligible employees to include domestic partners and children of domestic partners in their benefits, including medical, dental, vision and more.
  • Increased matching contribution to Retirement Savings Plan (RSP) from 4% to 6% for eligible salaried employees.
  • Established the “Generations” employee resource group (ERG), GM’s 12th ERG, focused on breaking down generational stereotypes and bias through cross-generational sharing and teamwork.
  • Expanded military leave benefits for U.S. salaried employees.
  • Launched the industry-first five-point diverse media plan, which reinforced GM’s commitment to relationships with diverse media and, through the plan, enables engagement, economic empowerment and sustainable growth with diverse media.
  • Received the Accessible Product of the Year Award from Disability:IN for our accessible conversion of the Chevrolet Traverse, in partnership with BraunAbility.
  • Made DEI training and resources available to more than 45,000 dealer team members to drive a more customer-centric experience
  • Implemented a bi-annual talent equity evaluation across all major talent processes to help ensure fair and objective talent outcomes across all identities and backgrounds

To learn more about the latest DE&I progress at GM, check out the company’s most recent Sustainability Report here.

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