The varied backgrounds and combined talents of our Associates enrich our business, reflecting and helping us to better understand our consumer base around the world. Our inclusive workplace environment and culture fosters Associate engagement and fuels creativity and innovation across the business.
As a part of Mars, Incorporated, Diversity and Inclusion is not a program at Wrigley - it is who we are and how we live. It is a value inherent in The Mars Five Principles and the Associate Concept.
We are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion and belonging. We recognize that differences in age, race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, thinking style and background bring richness to our work environments.
We absolutely believe that by leveraging our similarities and differences and creating an environment of Inclusion and belonging, we will greatly enhance our performance and the mutuality of benefits we share with our stakeholders.
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Mars named in Fortune’s “100 Best Companies To Work For” List in the U.S. for third year in a row
In 2015, Mars, Incorporated is proud to have been ranked 85th in the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, compiled by the Great Place to Work® Institute, for the third consecutive year.
With more than 25,000 Associates and more than 80 locations in the U.S. including Wrigley and our other business units Mars Petcare, Mars Chocolate, Mars Food, Mars Drinks and Symbioscience, Mars is a significant employer in the US.
We’re proud to be recognized for our extensive learning and development training, community engagement and health & wellness programs, plus our open offices that are highly collaborative and the perks of enjoying our products at work and sharing these with family and friends.
"Life and business are rather simple after all - to make a success of either, you've got to hang onto the knack of putting yourself in the other person's place."
- William Wrigley Jr., circa 1891