We take pride in our culture
At Kodak, we conduct ourselves according to six corporate values. We are proud to say that our resulting personal conduct allows for an environment that is free from inappropriate pressures and diversions. These values define who we are and how we act toward each other, our customers, our shareholders and the public.
Respect for the Dignity of the Individual
We cannot operate effectively unless each of us is able to treat everyone else with appropriate respect. This essential value is at the heart of our culture and will help us focus on many important issues like diversity of our workforce.
In today's increasingly complex business and social world, integrity and honesty must be the hallmarks of any organization or person striving to consistently achieve and maintain the respect of our publics.
We must all be able to work in an environment in which we trust each other. We must depend upon and trust our colleagues to do their assigned tasks without the need to check and recheck their work. Likewise, each of us must handle our responsibilities so that our colleagues can trust we are doing our part.
Each of us must earn the credibility with others inside and outside the company. Certainly, the company as a whole must strive for the highest credibility with all its external publics. We must commit to do what we say we will do and no later than we commit to do it.
Continuous Improvement and Personal Renewal
Results do count, and continuous improvement toward world-class levels is essential to achieve credibility with our publics. We must each continually improve ourselves and renew our skill sets. Training and education must be accepted as a common responsibility between employees and the company as a whole.
Recognition and Celebration
We will search out and welcome opportunities to openly celebrate the achievements of others and congratulate individuals, teams, employees, suppliers and customers for delivering results that contribute to Kodak success. Recognition and celebration will be an integral part of our everyday work activity.
We believe in a culture of appreciation, where genuinely saying "thank you" is part of our everyday lives. At Kodak, you matter.
Our ability to sustain a world-class culture begins and ends with an unwavering commitment to diversity. We are dedicated to attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled individuals with a variety of perspectives from all cultures and every segment of the population. We know that valuing different points of view while working together toward Kodak's common goals leads to growth and innovation.
Our global diversity & talent team aims to leverage diversity to achieve company business objectives and maximize the potential of individuals and the organization. Their mission is to integrate diversity and inclusion in all aspects of the business and talent life cycle in order to:
- Fully engage the energies of Kodak's employees
- Meet competitive challenges in the marketplace
- Maximize shareholder value
The company's strategy is to engage employees, shareholders and other groups globally in Kodak's journey of inclusion, diversity and engagement in ways that reinforce a key Kodak value: respect for the dignity of the individual. By creating an environment in which such respect and trust thrive, employees can put their creativity to work developing new products and services, increasing productivity and customer delight.
Kodak again scores 100 percent in HRC's Corporate Equality Index
Kodak is one of 304 companies to earn a 100% ranking on the Human Rights Campaign's 2014 Corporate Equality Index. The recognition is a key annual ranking of business' commitment to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workplace policies and practices. This marks the 12th consecutive year Kodak has earned the CEI's top recognition.
To achieve a perfect score and the distinction of "Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality," companies must have fully-inclusive equal employment opportunity policies, provide equal employment benefits, demonstrate organizational LGBT competency, demonstrate their commitment to equality publicly and exercise responsible citizenship. Details of the survey results may be found online at www.hrc.org/cei.
Americans with Disabilities
Respect for the dignity of the individual: This leads the list of Kodak's corporate values. Our employee population is rich in diversity, with employee network groups offering resources for assisting individual development and providing additional communication between individuals, community resources and company management. The Empower Network offers support and education for people with disabilities – both visible and not so visible. If you are interested in investigating current career opportunities at Kodak, and require assistance with our online application process, please contact our Talent Acquisition team at (585)724-9650 to request an accommodation.