What DIB&E Means to Us

At Griffith Foods, making the future better starts with 
Mulitple aspects of our people's identities, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, creed, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, generation, social class, (dis)ability status, learning styles, life experiences, religion/spirituality, national origin, military/veteran status and political perspective.
Deliberate action(s) that removes systemic barriers, provides equal access to information, opportunities, resources, and advancement for all our people, and ensures a psychologically safe work environment where each person is heard, supported, and respected for their unique background, experience, and perspectives.
Feeling of support, acceptance, and appreciation—the extent to which our people can bring their whole selves to work and be able to do their best work without having to sacrifice meaningful aspects of their identity.
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Fair and just practices. Acknowledging and addressing structural inequalities that advantage some and disadvantage others and that each person comes from different circumstances with different needs to succeed. Identifying and eliminating barriers that have prevented the full participation of some groups and providing equal access to opportunities for all.
As a part of our foundational goals, we see our DIB&E efforts as a critical component of maintaining our employees’ professional and personal welfare. Learn more about our commitment to our employees’ wellbeing and fulfillment.

Creating Our Culture

Businesses have a critical role to play in tackling inequity, and at Griffith Foods, we want to do our part to end discrimination, prejudice, and injustice in the workplace. We strive to create a culture of empowerment, inclusion, trust, and authenticity—one that removes barriers, provides equal access to opportunities, and prioritizes DIB&E.

Defining Our Commitment

Belonging is a feeling, Inclusion is an action, Diversity is an outcome, and Equity is at our core. Together we want to create and sustain a culture that prioritizes inclusivity and focuses our efforts on achieving gender parity at the management level globally. We will accomplish this by ensuring equal representation, equal pay, and equitable working practices throughout the company; making the future better for our employees and everyone around us.

Living Our Values

The work of DIB&E isn’t something that can be checked off a to-do list; it’s an ongoing practice that requires constant attention. Globally, we will continue to work together to create and sustain an inclusive culture rooted in meaningful conversation and respect, ensuring our people can proudly be their authentic selves.

How We’re Doing: Our Workforce Representation

In the interest of transparency and accountability, Griffith Foods wants to be clear about where we are today, recognizing both what we have accomplished as well as where we need to improve.

As a part of our efforts, we have partnered with Paradigm for Parity®, Disability:IN, and CEO Action to create impactful movement. We will continue to focus on fostering an inclusive and empowering environment where all can thrive.

Read more about our DIB&E data and future plans in our most recent 
Sustainability Report.

Women (Globally — Manager and above)


Women (Globally — Associate and above)


BIPOC (U.S. — Manager and above)


BIPOC (U.S. — Associate and above)


*as of Year End 2023

Griffith Foods Belonging Communities

Our Griffith Foods Belonging Committees (GFBCs) organize around shared identities and create spaces that center the wellbeing and needs of our employees from marginalized and underrepresented groups. They helped nurture a sense of belonging, promote inclusion, and build a more equitable future for everyone.

In addition to offering community and empowerment, these committees also serve as influential and trusted advisors to our regional councils and leadership teams on different opportunities and challenges related to their constituencies.

Women Innovating, Solving, & Excelling (WISE)​

WISE is committed to cultivating an inclusive and authentic environment with equitable opportunities and respect, encouraging women to thrive both inside and outside of work.

Leaders for Equitable African/African American Advancement & Development (LEAAD)​

LEAAD’s mission is to develop an inclusive culture and equitable workplace in order to accelerate upward mobility and career advancement for African and African American employees at Griffith Foods globally.

Supporting Pride with Inclusion, Celebration, and Education (SPICE)

SPICE cultivates a culture of inclusion and celebration for the 2SLGBTQ+ community through education and outreach.

Respecting Our Origins, Openness, Togetherness, Solidarity (ROOTS)

ROOTS is on a mission to create and promote community inspired by our different cultures; one that is accepting and respecting of our roots, and where every member feels valued, connected, and empowered.

Careers With Purpose

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Equal Employment Opportunity

Griffith Foods believes that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunity. Griffith Foods does not discriminate against qualified employees or applicants because of the following actual or perceived characteristics: race (as well as traits associated with race, including but not limited to hair texture and protective hairstyles such as braids, locks, and twists), color, religion, sex, sexual or affectional orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, breastfeeding or related medical condition, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, immigration status, age, present or past physical or mental disability, height or weight, genetic characteristic or information, AIDS or HIV status, order of protection status, marital status, military or veteran status, unfavorable discharge from military service, arrest or conviction record, declining to attend meetings or participate in communications about religious or political matters, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship, including recruitment, hiring, participation in benefit programs, training, promotion, transfer, discipline, layoff, recall, and termination.
In carrying out our commitment to equal employment opportunity, Griffith Foods will make reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees related to disabilities; pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions; or a religious belief, practice, or observance, unless doing so would result in an undue hardship, safety, and/or health risk. Applicants and employees requiring reasonable accommodations must notify Human Resources.