We don’t just encourage diversity. We’re built on it.
Sameness doesn’t work in a product line and it doesn’t work in a workforce. That’s why from the beginning, Honda has strived to bring people from different cultures, backgrounds, races, genders and sexual orientations together. It’s a commitment that hasn’t just created better diversity. It’s created a better Honda.
Associates Leverage Teamwork, Diversity for Successful Launch
Honda engineer Arturo Valdes was part of a global team that created and launched into production in Georgia the industry’s first 10-speed automatic transmission (10AT) for front-wheel-drive vehicles. The team’s success is the latest story featured in the What Makes a Honda is Who Makes a Honda video series.
We will honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals, regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We will support programs and initiatives that help foster and maintain diverse traditions, heritages, and experiences in the workplace and in society.
Our legacy in action
Our support for inclusion and diversity initiatives spans across the United States. From the Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards in California to Honda Battle of the Bands in Georgia to the Hispanic Scholarship Breakfast in Ohio, Honda seeks dynamic ways to make a difference in all the communities where our customers and associates live and work.
The What Makes a Honda is Who Makes a Honda video series highlights associates throughout North America who embody Honda’s core values – challenging spirit, dreams, joy, passion, and respect – in their everyday lives.
Honda supports a variety of programs aimed at advancing education and creating experiences of discovery that help all young people – regardless of their culture, race and creed –achieve their dreams.
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Honda’s Corporate Social Responsibility resources provide insight and more detail on our efforts to improve communities, our products and the world.