Policies and Strategies
The Wilson Rule
First introduced at the White House by President Obama, our Wilson Rule marks enhanced efforts to increase the ranks of minorities and women in management and senior-level professional positions. The Wilson Rule requires that women and minorities be among the final pool of qualified candidates for open management and senior-level positions in the U.S. and that women need to be among the finalists outside the U.S.
Globally, we create policies that support our business goals and reflect the culture of the countries in which we do business. Xerox does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious belief, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, union status, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Equal Employment Opportunity
In the U.S., Xerox complies with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines and all applicable federal, state and local laws that govern the hiring and treatment of its employees. We do not discriminate against protected veterans, including veterans of the Vietnam era and disabled veterans, individuals with a disability or employees who take protected leave time.
We actively seek job applicants who are transitioning military, retired military personnel, and veterans with disabilities, as well as military spouses and family members for job opportunities at Xerox. We are proud partners with the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP), White House Joining Forces Initiative, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, “Hiring Our Heroes” Career Fairs along with other veteran recruiting programs.