Diversity Equality & Inclusion

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Diversity is a Core Value of Our Dynamic Organization

We strive to create an inclusive culture where our differences (including but not limited to: race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or pregnancy) are embraced, celebrated and leveraged. Our Dynamic Organization fosters a sense of belonging through the DE&I experiences we create at UScellular. We value and connect diverse people and perspectives, amplify marginalized voices, and enable business performance through strategic collaboration. It is important that we champion each other and that we deliver exceptional outcomes – for everyone.  

We support DE&I through our nine all-inclusive Associate Resource Groups (ARGs), which are voluntary, company-supported and associate-driven groups, drawn together by common characteristics, purpose and commitment to being a resource for our associates and the organization. Associate Resource Groups are UScellular's strategic partner in promoting a culture of diversity and inclusion through programming, advocacy and continual learning.  Our aim is to advance the associate experience through inclusiveness. In 2022, 37% of all associates participated in one or more ARGs, which increased 25% year-over-year as a result of a dedicated membership drive. Because the past few years have brought to light the challenges of working while caring for loved ones at home, in November 2022, we introduced a new ARG for working parents and caregivers called EmPACT – Empowering Parents and Caregivers Together.

Our ARGs:

  • Asian American Network (AAN)
  • CapAble Associate Network (CAN)
  • Empowering Parents and Caregivers Together (EmPACT)
  • Latino Associate Network (LAN)
  • Next Generation Empowerment Network (N-Gen)
  • Network of Black Associates (NBA)
  • Veterans and Associates Leading Organizational Results (VALOR)
  • Women in Action (WIA)

Read more at: https://www.uscellular.jobs/diversity-inclusion