Fact Sheet: SC Johnson Diversity and Inclusion

For more than 25 years, SC Johnson has formally recognized and supported diversity and inclusion at our company.
SC Johnson prohibits discrimination based on race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, age, ability or any other factor that is not job related.
At SC Johnson, we believe cultivating diversity and inclusion is fundamental to how we hire, retain and inspire the best people. We make diversity and inclusion a priority today and for the future.

A Long-Term Commitment to Respect

We launched our first formal diversity and inclusion initiative in 1992, when we established our Office of Diversity to recognize and support the unique backgrounds, talents and abilities of SC Johnson people.

Commitment Starts at the Top

Our Chairman and CEO Fisk Johnson explains, “We’re a global business, with people from every culture, ethnicity, race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age and ability. Our consumers are as diverse as the entire world, and so are SC Johnson people. We recognize the breadth of human experience, and we work to celebrate it.”

How We Define “Diversity”

Diversity is the valuable differences between people that give SC Johnson, collectively, a broader understanding of each other, our consumers and the world around us. These differences range from apparent distinctions such as gender, age and ethnicity, to less apparent ones such as personal habits, educational background, religion and work location.

How We Define “Inclusion”

Inclusion is creating a work environment where all opinions are valued and where talent is recognized, cultivated and rewarded. We believe in the respectful treatment of all people, and SC Johnson corporate policy requires that all people at SC Johnson companies around the globe be treated in a fair, just and impartial manner. The company has zero tolerance for discrimination or harassment.

SC Johnson prohibits discrimination based on race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, age, ability or any other factor that is not job related. Around the world, corporate employment policy requires that each SC Johnson company will provide equal employment opportunities for all qualified employees and applicants. Only job-related factors – such as job performance, training, experience or factors that are required to properly perform the job – may be used as a basis for employment selection. 

A Culture of Support

SC Johnson’s six employee-driven business councils in the United States provide support and networking opportunities such as mentoring, community outreach, career development and cultural awareness activities. They are:

  • The Abilities First Business Council
  • The Business Council of Asian Professionals
  • Ignite – Supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees
  • The Hispanic Business Council
  • The African-American Business Council
  • The Women’s Business Council

Recent Recognitions and Awards

  • SC Johnson earned a perfect score of 100 percent on the 2018 Corporate Equality Index survey and report. This marks the 13th time we have earned a perfect score and our 16th time on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s list.
  • In 2017, SC Johnson was named to Working Mother magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies. It was our 29th year on the list and SC Johnson was the only Wisconsin-based company to be recognized.
  • In 2017, SC Johnson was named by DiversityComm, Inc. to HISPANIC Network Magazine’s 2017 Best of the Best list for Top Employers.

CareersSC Johnson is a Great Place to Work

AwardsSC Johnson Earns 13th Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index

AwardsSC Johnson Only Wisconsin-Based Company Named to Working Mother Magazine’s 100 Best Companies List

AwardsSC Johnson Earns Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index

AwardsSC Johnson Named to 2016 Working Mother Magazine 100 Best Companies

CareersAt SC Johnson, Our Culture of Respect, Pride and Inclusion Means You Can Go Further With Our Family™

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