In addition to our commitment to hiring veterans, since 2000 AT&T has given U.S. troops more than $6 million in prepaid calling cards and installed approximately 70 air-conditioned call centers for members of the military stationed in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan.
In fostering an inclusive culture and a diverse workforce, AT&T has created a better business environment — one that makes our company an employer of choice, a preferred business partner and an important contributor to the community.
AT&T is a recognized leader for diversity in hiring and contracting. Our employee base is 44 percent women and 35 percent people of color. And we work to ensure that all our employees and suppliers have opportunities for success.
Our work in the area of diversity has been recognized by DiversityInc and Fortune, LATINA Style magazine, G.I. Jobs magazine, Catalyst, the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, the Association for Service Disabled Veterans and the Human Rights Campaign.