xerox.com

Worldwide Employment

Xerox employs approximately 133,200 people around the world in 160 countries.

Employees by Geography chart

Our Workplace
Xerox holds its employees to the highest ethical standards. Our people are required to acknowledge our business Code of Business Conduct each year, which includes understanding our important workplace policies. For more information on our Code of Business Conduct, visit www.xerox.com/governance.

Xerox Recognized as a Great Place to Work

  • No. 91 on ComputerWorld’s 100 Best Places to Work in IT 2010
  • Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign, 2010
  • Most Admired Companies in Research Science, Black Engineer & Information Technology, 2010
  • Best Places to Work in Greece 2010
  • Recognized as one of Human Rights Campaign’s 2009 Best Places to Work
  • Recognized on Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired for HR” list in 2010
  • Ranked 3rd, iSixSigma’s list of Best Places to Work for Six Sigma Professionals

Employee Engagement
Employees are the centerpiece of our workplace. Engaging them and ensuring that we capture their minds and hearts enables us to strengthen our customer and business relationships. Many factors contribute to engagement, including job, community and family. Our employees demonstrate a commitment to all of these areas.

At Xerox, we understand that there is a key correlation between the strength of the workgroup/manager relationship and optimizing employees’ performance and work environment. To foster an open and ongoing dialogue, we use a variety of methods to keep in touch with our people. We consistently hold town hall meetings, roundtables, web-chats, focus groups and engagement surveys. In addition, we developed a proprietary Voice of the Employee (VOE) Survey; this tool enables managers to create a personal pulse survey to assess their employees’ satisfaction with their work, workgroup, manager and Xerox as a whole. Each manager receives a personalized report. In addition, we capture trend data and employee ideas. We’ve used this pulse survey process in 37 countries and in 25 native languages.

We are not without flaws or some areas that require attention. Employees have told us they are concerned about the impact of the economy on job security, the rising cost of healthcare and the future.