Woman working with coworkers placing stickies on glass wall
Woman working with coworkers placing stickies on glass wall
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION DIVERSITY, EQUITY, & INCLUSION

Be yourself, unlock your potential, and achieve what you never thought was possible.

Be yourself, unlock your potential, and achieve what you never thought was possible.

Philosophy

More is achieved – and innovation thrives – when collaboration occurs between people of different identities, cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. We celebrate our differences because through these differences, we sharpen our awareness of the world around us and generate groundbreaking insights.

Our Initiatives

We are committed to cultivating an inclusive culture, implementing business practices that counteract systemic inequities, and engaging with the communities around us to create a better, more just world. Our immediate efforts are focused on hiring, retaining, and promoting team members that represent a range of identities.

Finding Community at ADI

Helping employees connect and find community

In 2017 we launched our first employee network to help employees connect and find community across the organization. Today we have over 1700 employees participating in networks in more than a dozen countries.

Employee Networks are the backbone of our inclusive culture. They foster allyship and influence organizational policies and practices.

Current groups include:

  • Analog Veterans Network
  • Cultural Activities Board
  • Green Team
  • LGBTQ+ Network
  • Neurodiversity Network
  • People of Color and Allies Network
  • Women’s Leadership Network
  • Young Professionals Network

Employees from a diverse range of people
Diverse group of collegues in a meeting

Racial Equity

Increasing access and opportunity

We are partnering with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to enhance engineering curricula, advance research efforts, and increase student access. This includes providing 350 engineering kits to facilitate hands-on learning, sponsoring research projects so students can explore and innovate, and investing in scholarships to ensure financial burdens are not barriers to education.

Gender Equity

Bringing balance to our leadership pipelines

Elevate, our flagship women’s development series, offers three levels of programming to prepare women for leadership roles regardless of their current career stage. Through an exciting combination of action learning and sponsorship, women accelerate their development while building global networks. The first cohort launched in 2020 and included women in technical, sales, and corporate functions across three continents.

Female business woman leading a diverse group

 


 

"The Elevate Launch program helped me develop and improve vital skills for my day-to-day work and long-term career growth. It also provided a network of female colleagues, which is especially valuable to me as a female engineer in a male-dominated workplace. I look forward to strengthening and leveraging my relationships with these awesome women as we grow our careers at ADI.”

Kate, Research Scientist, Analog Devices

“The Elevate Soar program has provided me the opportunity to directly connect with other women leaders within ADI across different functions and groups. It has been both inspiring and enlightening to hear from these women about some of the challenges and successes that they have faced throughout their career. I have come away from the program with an awesome executive sponsor and new friendships.”

Rekha, Director, Analog Devices

OUR PEOPLE: A SNAPSHOT

Data reflects FY2021

EMPLOYEES BY GEOGRAPHY

Employees By Geography Map

 


 

GLOBAL LEADERSHIP BY GENDER

Senior Leadership

Manager

Senior female leadership percentage
Female
Senior male leadership percentage
Male
Female manager percentage
Female
Male manager percentage
Male

 


 

TECHNICAL ROLE BY GENDER*

Global

GENDER Hires
 
Female
18.6%
Male 81.4%
 

HIRING BY GENDER

Global*

GENDER %
 
Female
31.9%
Male 67.3%
 

*Only inclusive of those who made a selection.

   

RACE & ETHNICITY*

U.S. Population

American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.3%
Asian 35.2%
Black or African American 1.7%
Hispanic or Latinx 4.5%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.3%
Two or More Races 1.0%
White 55.1%
Unknown 1.9%
 

U.S. New Hires

American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.1%
Asian 41.8%
Black or African American 2.1%
Hispanic or Latinx 6.1%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Island 0.7%
Two or More Races 2.3%
White
45.5%
Unknown 1.4%
 

*U.S. data only. Based on EEO-1 data filed with the Department of Labor and voluntary self-reporting.

 


 

EEO-1 Reports*

2020   2019

* ADI submits demographic workforce data—including data by race/ethnicity, sex, and job categories—in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1. The EEO-1 is limited to U.S.-based employees and has broad, fixed categories; it is not reflective of ADI’s global workforce or its complex job structure. We share our most recent EEO-1 reports in the interest of transparency, but more enhanced and comprehensive demographic data can be found in our annual Corporate Responsibility Report. ADI does not use the EEO-1 to measure progress with respect to its diversity or leadership goals.