Over the past decade and a half, the list has gone from just three qualifying companies to 25 winners.
Two of the original three winning companies have gone on to earn spots on the list every single year. For their steadfast efforts to recruit and retain women of color and to nurture the careers of those employees, making sure they have access to the highest level of corporate jobs, we welcome American Express and IBM to the Hall of Fame.
Read about those companies and all the other winners here.
A new survey from the Working Mother Research Institute explores how men can be effective allies to women of color at work. These partnerships at our Top Companies have proven to be beneficial for both sides.
(Click here to read the full research report, The Status of Men as Allies for Multicultural Women.)
Progressive companies are making sure that the panels that interview new recruits are diverse, to ensure that a variety of perspectives are considered. These diverse panels are helping companies make sure the best talent is not being overlooked.
At our Top 5 Best Companies, multicultural female executives are mentoring the next generation of leaders. Find out how they are using their experiences to help younger women of color rise through the ranks.
Is your company a Best Company? Apply for our 2018 Best Companies for Multicultural Women here!