Kimberly-Clark Named One of the Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Seramount


Kimberly-Clark was recently named one of the 2021 Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Seramount (formerly Working Mother Media). The award recognizes companies that create and use best practices in hiring, retaining, and promoting multicultural women in the United States.

Kimberly-Clark and Texas Women's Foundation Partner on GENDER MATTERS™ Podcast Series


Texas Women’s Foundation (TXWF) recently launched the GENDER MATTERS™ podcast series that features seven female leaders from Kimberly-Clark interviewing the 2021 TXWF Leadership Forum & Awards Celebration winners. The awards honor seven female trailblazers in Texas who have led the way in advancing equity, economic security and leadership for women and girls and created a pathway of opportunity for other women to follow. 

Producing Essentials and Leading with Inclusion: Conversations about Equality

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More than 75% of Kimberly-Clark's team leaders from around the world recently completed ‘Activating Inclusive Leadership’ training, which focuses on each leader’s role in mitigating unconscious bias and fostering a culture of inclusion across the company. Kimberly-Clark is proud to share a brief video featuring several of its manufacturing employees in the U.S. who share their thoughts on equity, equality, and the power of embracing differences at Kimberly-Clark and in the communities where they live and work.

Kimberly-Clark Among the First to Join WWF's New Forests Forward Program

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June 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As Kimberly-Clark works to provide the essential products its consumers need to care for themselves and their families, it is committed to doing so in a manner that cares for the world’s forests and the diversity of life they support.

Kimberly-Clark Partners With Leading Biotech Innovator to Design Sustainable Alternatives to Traditional Plastics


Kimberly-Clark wants to create the next generation of sustainable materials without compromising on product performance and quality. Last year, the company announced its ambition to reduce the use of traditional fossil fuel-based plastics by 50% by 2030. The company knows that achieving this ambition and reducing its plastics footprint takes game-changing innovation and collaboration with industry-leading partners.

Kimberly-Clark Employees Use Their Skills to Support Social Enterprises Helping to End Poverty


One of the ways Kimberly-Clark lives its purpose to provide better care for a better world and uplift a billion lives by 2030 is by energizing its employees to create change.

Kotex and NGO Partners 'Ignite a New Cycle' to Champion a Better Future for Women and Girls


“I wear my Menstruation Bracelet as a reminder that periods are a natural part of being a woman, yet they hold so many women and girls back from what they can achieve,” said Alessandra Castro, the global brand purpose and social impact director for adult and feminine care at Kimberly-Clark.

By Leading with Inclusion, Kimberly-Clark Drives Change from the Inside Out


For Erin Mitchell Richeson, the COVID-19 pandemic and global social justice movement reminded the business world that “employees can’t just log off from reality when they log on or show up for work.”

Kimberly-Clark Manufacturing Facilities Find Innovating Ways to Help the Environment


Kimberly-Clark manufacturing facilities play a critical role to help the company deliver on its 2030 sustainability ambition and reduce their environmental footprint by half.

The Kimberly-Clark Professional facility in Villey-Saint-Étienne, France (VSE) is committed to the company’s sustainability goals. VSE produces rolled and folded paper towels for businesses and has over the past several years taken extensive measures to drive down its environmental impact.


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