Keysight’s First DEI Report Highlights Support for STEM Education, Achievement of Diverse Representation Goals

Report shares company’s progress in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts worldwide.

Keysight Technologies, Inc. , a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, has released its first Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Report. In 2021, Keysight renewed and strengthened the company’s longstanding commitment to DEI and to being a great place to work for its global workforce of more than 14,000.

The inaugural report details Keysight’s comprehensive approach to DEI and progress in fostering greater representation in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, building a diverse workforce, and advancing equity at all stages of a career journey that enables employees to contribute, grow and succeed.

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“Diversity and inclusion are foundational elements of Keysight’s strategy and culture. We believe our commitment to DEI builds an environment where innovation and collaboration thrive to deliver meaningful outcomes for customers,” said Satish Dhanasekaran, Keysight president and CEO. “Equally important, Keysight proactively cultivates an inclusive and respectful workplace where employees feel a sense of belonging while actively contributing to our collective success. Working together we will continue to make Keysight a great place to work for every employee.”

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In the fiscal year 2021, Keysight announced new DEI goals to increase internal and external transparency, set and track efforts to improve gender parity and minority representation at all levels, as well as continue to build and foster an equitable and inclusive workplace. Keysight has successfully advanced these goals across four key areas.

  • Maintained commitment to company-sponsored educational programs, community partnerships and employee-led initiatives that increased access to STEM education for up to 145,000 students, building confidence in STEM skills and creating a strong sense of belonging in STEM-related fields.
  • Recognized by U.S. Black Engineer Magazine; Keysight was named to the 2021 Top Supporters of Historically Black Colleges and Universities Engineering List.
  • Co-launched a Women in Quantum (WIQ) mentoring program that connected 180 women with mentors, delivering 1,000 hours of mentoring in the first six months of the year.

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