British American Tobacco Named as a Diversity Leader by the Financial Times
LONDON, Nov. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- British American Tobacco (BAT) has been named as a Diversity Leader by the Financial Times in its inaugural Leaders in Diversity report, published today (20th November). The report, which lists the top 700 companies across 10 European countries, recognises companies that have achieved a diverse and inclusive workforce across a number of criteria. We have always celebrated and respected each other's differences as we value what makes each of us unique. For us, our diversity has always been one of our core strengths and one of our key values." "We have around 140 nationalities represented at management level within our Group and our headquarters in London is made up of more than 84 nationalities. We have a thriving LGBT+ employee network, B United, and our International Women's Day campaign was recently acknowledged as an example of best practice for a second successive year." "We are also continuing to work hard to improve gender diversity within the Group. About British American TobaccoBritish American Tobacco (BAT) is one of the world's leading, multi-category consumer goods companies, providing tobacco and nicotine products to millions of consumers around the world.