Diversity and Inclusion at GM Financial Starts with You.
We embrace an inclusive culture that honors and respects our team members, customers, dealers and community.
Leading by Example
GM Financial offers people who want to create an impact the perfect environment to do just that. We actively focus on ways for our employees to belong, discover and thrive within their respective roles and beyond. Team members explore opportunities to demonstrate their leadership qualities from any position in the company and are able to continuously grow their careers.
We encourage our team members to be their most authentic selves at work and feel seen, heard, valued and respected. It can’t just be what we say; it has to be what we do. It has to be who we are in the hallways and offices of our organization every single day.
Shunda Robinson, Global VP, Diversity and Inclusion
Fostering Diversity and Inclusion
As an industry leader in auto finance, we always strive to empower our team members and embrace a diverse culture through our commitment to five guiding principles, all of which are apparent in everything we do. These pillars put you at the center of our approach to diversity and inclusion. Cultivating trust and respect through best practices helps us promote diverse ideas to make us better.
all differences and appreciate the value each team member brings to the organization.
to ensure diversity exists at every level of the organization.
a transparent culture that invites authenticity and allows one’s whole self to be present at work.
4Develop, mentor and sponsor
diverse talent for improved bottom-line results.
our efforts and strategies, and hold everyone accountable in maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Facts About Diversity and Inclusion at GM Financial
We owe it to our diverse global customer base to not just meet but to exceed expectations. The key is our team members who give utmost priority to our customers and always operate with their needs in mind.
Community and university partnerships help us recruit the best in the business. We actively engage with military veterans, students of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU), and various high school level and underprivileged minority groups to bring in talent from diverse backgrounds.
Our team members are empowered to lead by example through many opportunities to enrich their professional experience. Our mentor program, Employee Resource Groups and community investment initiatives offer support, discussion and networking.
57% Professionals of color, representing 38% of leaders