MISUMI, a global supplier of configurable components, is excited to announce once again that they are the recipient of a Comparably Award, this time for having one of the “Best CEOs for Diversity” in 2021.
Comparably’s annual Best CEOs for Diversity represents the top-ranked CEOs, based solely on anonymous sentiment ratings from employees of color (non-Caucasian) on Comparably.com in the previous 12 months (June 23, 2020-June 23, 2021). Derived from 10 million ratings across 60,000 companies, the list is segmented by Top 50 CEOs of large companies (more than 500 employees) and Top 50 CEOs of small/mid-size businesses (500 or fewer employees). Every CEO on the list is in the Top 5% of all CEOs rated by diverse employees of color.
“This award reflects the voice of our employees. Our people drive our business, and we are committed to offering the best and most diverse working environment” said Nobuyuki Ashida, President of MISUMI USA. “As our team continues to grow, we continue to put our employees first by fostering a workplace that is not only connected, but also inclusive.”
“Comparably Awards recognize the most outstanding companies and leaders of the year according to those who know best and whose views are most meaningful,” said Randy Yu, VP of Human Resources. “MISUMI is again greatly honored that our greatest resource, our employees, have put us on this list and we look forward to continuing our company and individual success.”
For more information, visit at misumiusa.com.
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