People matter — to each other, to our communities, and to our company. This has been one of our core beliefs for 136 years and always will be. Our workforce, our business and the communities that we serve are all stronger because of it.
Contributed through corporate, employee and AT&T Foundation giving programs
Volunteer hours — worth more than $133 million1
Employees worldwide as of year-end 2011
Employees, retirees and dependents afforded competitive health and welfare benefits in 2011
Percent workforce that is female
Percent of workforce that is people of color
More than $12 billion
Spent with minority-, women- and disabled veteran-owned businesses
Percent of AT&T employees that in 2011 have taken Code of Business Conduct Training, which incorporates human rights and anti-corruption topics
Senior executives and officers on the Citizenship and Sustainability Steering Committee
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1Note: The financial equivalent is determined by using $21.79 per volunteer hour, which is based on the 2011 industry standard from Independent Sector, a leading nonprofit organization that determines the financial equivalent for a variety of volunteer initiatives.
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