Committed to advancing equity, diversity and inclusion (ED&l) within our organization and our industry, we are cultivating a work environment that is safe and respectful, where everyone is empowered to bring their unique talents, backgrounds and expertise to bear on some of the world’s most complex challenges. When you thrive, we thrive.
Pride Employee Resource Group
When we’re free to be ourselves, we thrive.
Our employee resource groups (ERGs) ensure diverse perspectives are represented and heard to impact policies and business outcomes. They also help employees network, grow their careers, and take part in community outreach.
Meet the ERGS
Ethnic Diversity Network
Community for Ethnic Minorities, Europe
Asian Pacific Islander Community
Women’s Leadership Alliance
Community for Gender Equality
In 2022, AECOM received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index for the third year in a row and was designated as a “Best Place to Work” for LGBTQ+ Equality in the US.
Supporting LGBTQ+ Employees and Families
AECOM has been recognized as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality in part because of the great benefits and resources we offer to support our diverse employees and their families, including LGBTQ+ individuals. Some of these benefits and resources are highlighted below, along with resources to help all of us be better allies so we can build an even stronger culture of equity, diversity and inclusion.
- Health Benefits: Same-sex and opposite-sex spouse and domestic partner (DP) coverage in the United States and globally in Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Ireland, Mexico, Philippines, South Africa and U.K. health plans.
- Leave Benefits: AECOM paid parental leave and Family Medical Leave to support you and your family in the United States and globally above the statutory requirements in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, South East Asia and the U.K. to support you and your family.
- Caregiving Benefits: Free Care@Work membership providing access to family care providers, subsidized backup care, senior care planning guidance and a caregiving Resource Center. Up to $5,000 Adoption Assistance per eligible adoption in the United States.