Our Recognition

BCG research provides insights into the business imperative of diversity and inclusion, as well as how leaders of organizations can make progress that is fast and sustainable. We put theory into practice at our own firm, where we’ve made diversity and inclusion a mission of the highest priority.

BCG’s commitment to unlocking the potential of diversity and inclusion among our own workforce has been widely recognized:

  • Fortune magazine has named BCG among its “100 Great Places to Work for Diversity” since it started the list in 2015
  • BCG has ranked in the top five of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” eight years in a row.
  • For ten years in a row, BCG has earned a perfect score from the Human Rights Campaign’s “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.”
  • BCG has been ranked one of Working Mother magazine’s “100 Best Companies” for US parents twelve times.  
  • In 2018, BCG won the Catalyst Award for innovative initiatives that accelerate progress for women.
  • Fairygodboss ranked BCG number one on its list of “Best Companies for Women 2017.”


How BCGers Participate in the Drive Toward Diversity & Inclusion

Making Flexible Working Work

Diversity is a necessary component for success no matter the industry, says Ant Roediger, a senior partner at BCG who has played a large part in programs increasing the diversity of the firm’s offices in Australia.

Four Ways to Support Dual-Career Families

Global People Senior Director Frances Taplett explains how employers can support dual-career families like her own in order “to increase engagement and productivity—and help to win the talent war.”

Working Harder for Dual-Career Families

In this article, Miki Tsusaka, senior partner and chief marketing officer at BCG, says that the issues dual-career families face are “a workforce issue that organizations will have to address in order to boost the recruitment and retention of men and women for generations to come.”

Diversity & Inclusion