All employees are valued partners. Fluor's dedication to maintaining a respectful and inclusive work environment helps attract, develop and retain the most talented people. Fluor continues to expand across continents and cultures, and leverages the unique perspectives and knowledge employees have about different cultures. Employees are educated about the importance of embracing diversity and practicing inclusive behavior from their first day with the company throughout their entire career.
Our global operations provide competitive advantage to our clients and business partners because our employees understand the distinct cultural contexts where they live and work. Representing many different worldviews, levels and types expertise, and cultures our diverse workforce can produce local solutions that improve clients' long term business success.
Just as Fluor believes in the importance of maintaining a diverse workforce, Fluor also understands the value of forming partnerships with qualified suppliers, small and large, that represent all segments of the business community. Fluor's Supplier Diversity Program embodies a long-held commitment to providing opportunities for a broad range of supplier resources.
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Fluor invests in programs that inspire and prepare students to excel in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects and disciplines, and is committed to the development of our next generation STEM workforce. To this end, we invest in programs and initiatives that support higher education and university STEM programs and those benefitting middle and high school students to prepare them with high-quality STEM knowledge and skills.
In addition, through Fluor's Craft Education Initiative, the company increases student awareness and attainment of construction industry careers and certifications.
Fluor is also involved with organizations that support diverse candidates, in the US, some of these are Catalyst, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).