Great People and Communities
Our employees, suppliers and communities each play a vital role in making us who we are. To support these groups, our people and communities strategy focuses on three areas:
- Diversity and inclusion;
- Supporting diverse suppliers; and
- Investing in our communities.
We believe it's important to celebrate the diversity of our workforce and supply chain. We also dedicate our time and resources to improving the environmental and social conditions in our brewing communities.
2020 Goal: Fostering a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
We are dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. Succeeding in today’s competitive business environment requires a diverse team of innovators, thought leaders, problem-solvers and influencers committed to growth and delivering results.
One of MillerCoors 2020 goals is to increase diversity among management, with women comprising 35 percent and people of color comprising 21 percent, respectively. As of December 31, 2015, MillerCoors management was comprised of 28 percent women and 17 percent people of color.
2020 Goal: Spending with Diverse Suppliers
Our employees, communities and suppliers each play a vital role in making us who we are. We believe it’s important to celebrate the diversity of our workforce and supply chain. We are actively engaged with 1,258 diverse suppliers including woman- and minority owned businesses. In 2015, we increased our spending with diverse suppliers by 1 percent to $529 million.
Since 2008, our cumulative spending with diverse suppliers has totaled more than $3.48 billion, bringing us closer to our 2020 goal of spending $5.1 billion.
2020 Goal: Investing in our Brewing Communities
By 2020, our goal is to invest a cumulative total of $137 million in our brewing communities through corporate and employee donations. In 2015, MillerCoors donated more than $11.8 million to nonprofits (comprised of in-kind and monetary donations) and our employees volunteered 55,834 hours in their communities. Since 2008, our investment totals more than $94.2 million, including a $2.3 million donation to United Way in 2015.