Nationality, culture and ethnicity
Ericsson aims to create an inclusive environment that attracts and retains talented people from all backgrounds and cultures. We focus on engagement and development and enabling our people to work more effectively across cultures. We promote a diverse range of nationalities at all level and in the talent pipeline to reflect the networked society. Our cultural diversity is key to bringing the best solutions to clients.
Ericsson is naturally diverse as we operate in 180 countries, and have 167 nationalities represented in our workforce. We strive to create an environment where our people can work more effectively across cultures by providing the resources and training necessary to build and manage high performing teams across the world.
- The 10 nationalities with the largest representation among our global workforce are: Indian, Swedish, American, Chinese, British, Italian, Canadian, Spanish, Brazilian, Croatian
- The population of line managers overall reflects the top 10 nationalities
When it comes to ethnicity, the legal complexities across the world prohibit us from collecting this information in many countries outside of the United States. The data below is for the USA only. Data from 2016 – ethnicity data below is for the USA only.
**See our most recently filed Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1, representing employees as of July, 2015 for more information. Ethnicity refers to the EEO-1 categories of race and ethnicity that reflect the US government reporting requirements.