Top Glove included in 2022 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index


Top Glove managing director Datuk Lee Kim Meow

SHAH ALAM: Top Glove Corp Bhd has been included in the 2022 Bloomberg Gender Equality Index, or GEI, for having demonstrated outstanding performance in the area of gender reporting and measures to advance gender equality in the workplace.

“This is the first year that Top Glove has been named to the index, as it aims to continue providing enhanced value to its employees, stakeholders and the communities it serves by leveraging on diversity and inclusion,” Top Glove said in a statement.

The glove maker is one of four Malaysian companies which made the index, and among 20 companies worldwide under the Industrials sector.

Managing director Datuk Lee Kim Meow said: “We believe a diverse and respectful culture is key to boosting staff morale, retaining outstanding talent, and improving productivity.”

“We are committed to providing equal opportunities in recruitment and career growth supported by zero tolerance for discrimination.

“Top Glove’s inclusion in the 2022 Bloomberg GEI is a validation of the company’s efforts in this spectrum; and inspires us to continue to do well so that we can continue to do good,” he said.

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