More than just numbers

In our 2019 report we document our journey, track our progress, and renew our commitment to increase diversity and foster inclusion at Microsoft.

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  1. Tab to the report.

  2. Tab to the “Sections” in the report.

  3. From a “Section”, use [CTRL] + [right arrow] to access the data in each section.

  4. To exit the data and return to the “Section” press [Esc].

  5. Press [Esc] twice to exit the report.

This interactive report presents diversity numbers at Microsoft. The bar chart on the left shows the percentage of women globally at Microsoft at 27.6%. The table on the right shows the percentage of racial and ethnic minorities by year. The total for U.S. in 2019 is 46.7%.
 
Data as of June 30 of each year shown.
 
Data on women is global, data on racial and ethnic minorities is US only.
 
Additional information can be found in our EEO-1 data as well as selected portions of our Affirmative Action Plan as a federal contractor under Executive Order 11246.

     

 Employee inclusion index

The 2019 Inclusion Index, shared publicly for the first time, helps us understand the effectiveness of our diversity and inclusion efforts by measuring employee perceptions.

Three people talking around a table.
88 percent

percentage of employees in our 2019 survey who reported positive experiences with Microsoft's commitment to inclusion

Equal pay

At Microsoft, we are committed to the principle of equal pay for equal work for our employees and have taken care to ensure employees are paid equitably for substantially similar work. That means employees working within the same geographic area, who have similar scope based on their overall job content, will have similar opportunities for pay each year. We monitor our internal pay data to make sure this principle is reflected in our compensation programs, policies, and practices.

Our different experiences connect us

We engage and connect to communities inside and outside Microsoft through several opportunities in partnership with our eight Employee Resource Groups and 40+ Employee Networks.