Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Fluor's diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) framework has the key DE&I objective of respect and dignity for all. Below are some components of the framework.

DE&I Training Materials and Resources

Fluor provides ongoing training and development for all salaried and craft personnel through multiple venues, including the company's online learning platform, Fluor University. Employees can select from a variety of online training courses, as well as location-specific and instructor-led courses.

Inclusion Councils

Inclusion Councils are employee forums lead by executive management to identify ways to enhance employees’ experiences and advance DE&I. Fluor established two Inclusion Councils in 2020 in the U.S. and Australia. Inclusion Councils are planned for every region where Fluor has an established office by the end of 2021.

Mentoring Circles Program

Fluor's Mentoring Circles Program gives employees broad exposure to leaders in a team-based setting. Mentors are diversity, equity and inclusion champions who help the company foster high levels of employee engagement. Participants have opportunities for informal dialogue, mentoring and learning with their leaders and colleagues.

The program has been recognized by external organizations such as the U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission, Fortune Magazine and HR Houston's IMPACT award organization.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

ERGs are communication forums supporting the work of Fluor’s Inclusion Councils and are nominated and led by employees, each with an executive sponsor. Examples of some established ERGs are described below.

Growing Representation & Opportunity for Women (GROW)

Fluor launched GROW as a business imperative to help ensure equal access and opportunity for women, as well as enhance the visibility of female role models within the company.

Through GROW, women and men work together to cultivate opportunities to attract, retain and develop women. Local steering and advisory committees lead each local GROW chapter.

Graduates Advancing to Professionalism

The Graduates Advancing to Professionalism organization assists recent university graduates in transitioning to Fluor’s corporate environment by familiarizing them with Fluor's Core Values, culture and procedures. The organization also offers opportunities for networking, social events and professional training.

Emerging Leaders Group

The Emerging Leaders Group is a program to encourage ongoing career development for mid-level professionals who have five to 15 years of industry experience. Local members lead group activities with management executives serving as sponsors. Through social and professional events, members have opportunities to interact with their peers and upper-level management.