DIVERSITY VISION STATEMENT
At Tailored Brands, diversity and inclusion has always been a part of our fabric. Our Diversity Vision Statement, which was created by our Diversity Peer Council, provides:
- We are committed to being a diverse and inclusive organization
- We promote respect and communication as the foundation for building stronger relationships
- We seek to understand each employee’s unique perspective and voice—listening with open hearts and open minds
- We value continuous learning, cultural awareness, and an open exchange of ideas, so our employees can be their best selves at work and drive innovation
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION COUNCIL
The D&I Council, comprised of enterprise-wide employees at the Director level or above, is committed to raising awareness of the value of diversity and inclusion within the organization through training and communications; launching programs to help combat unconscious bias and other barriers to entry or success; fostering a work environment that increases employee engagement and encourages new ideas and innovation; ensuring all employees feel included and valued regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, visible or invisible disability, life experiences, thought processes, or other unique traits. The goals of the D&I Council will align with the strategic goals of Tailored Brands to harness the power of diversity and inclusion for our stakeholders.
HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN’S ANNUAL CORPORATE EQUALITY INDEX (CEI)
The CEI rates workplaces on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality. In 2019, we scored 95 up from 80 out of 100 rating in 2017, which earns us the HRC’s recognition as a “recommended” place to shop in their annual Buyers’ Guide.
We are proud of the diversity of our Board of Directors, who bring significant diversity of experience, thought, age, gender, ethnicity and background. Approximately two-thirds of our Board are women or ethnic minorities, and each of our Board leadership roles are held by diverse directors.
We were honored to be recognized by the Women’s Forum of New York at their 2019 Breakfast of Corporate Champions for advancing gender-balance in the boardroom. WomenInc. has also recently recognized our directors Irene Chang Britt, Sue Gove and Grace Nichols among their 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Directors.