Applied Materials has earned the exclusive EPIC Program Outstanding Supplier Award with Supplier Diversity Distinction for 2022. This award recognizes the absolute top performers in the Intel supply chain for their dedication to continuous quality improvement, performance, partnership and inclusion over the past year.
Applied Materials is committed to building a Culture of Inclusion that respects each individual, welcomes diversity and embraces different perspectives. Applied proudly joins more than 200 companies opposing anti-LGBTQ+ legislation across the country. Read more and see the list of companies here.
Applied Materials Chief HR Officer Susan Winchester is the recipient of a YWCA Tribute To Women award! This year YWCA honors 40 women of positive impact who have made significant contributions in their workplaces and community.
This month, as we reflect on the contributions of women to society—as innovators, climate activists, caregivers, political leaders and more—we are reminded of how much can change in a single generation and how much work remains to be done to #BreakTheBias.
Each fall for 30 years, Applied Materials employees across North America have rallied to raise funds to help alleviate hunger in their communities. During the last few years, our annual Fight Against Hunger campaign has expanded to include sites around the globe and in 2021 it generated more than $4 million for local charities working to provide nutritious meals to those in need.
Applied Materials is honored to once again be included among FORTUNE Magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies. This recognition wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of Applied’s talented and dedicated workforce. Applied thanks its employees for upholding its core values and making it a great company.
Visit FORTUNE’swebsite to access the full list of the World’s Most Admired Companies and the survey methodology.
Applied Materials announces it once again earned 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index in 2022 for its LGBTQ+ policies and practices. At Applied, respecting each individual, welcoming diversity, and embracing different perspectives are essential to the company’s culture of inclusion.
Applied Materials is purchasing clean energy from the White Mesa Wind project in Texas.
The accelerating digital transformation of the economy is creating new levels of demand for semiconductors. As the chip shortages have demonstrated, semiconductors are more important to the world now than ever before. Applied Materials is mobilizing its entire team to meet this unprecedented need for our equipment and technical knowhow.
While this growth is certainly good news for the company’s revenue, it presents many challenges with managing our energy consumption and greenhouse gas footprint. In other words, it’s a good problem for the ESG team to solve.