Best Place to Work for LGBTQ equality
IHS Markit received top marks on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a benchmarking survey on corporate practices relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) workplace equality administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The score reflects IHS Markit's commitment to LGBTQ workplace with respect to establishing and implementing policies, benefits, and practices that ensure greater equity for LGBTQ workers and their families.
America’s Best Employers for Women 2020
IHS Markit was recognized in Forbes' annual list of America's Best Employers for Women, ranking #224. In collaboration with Statista, 75,000 Americans, including 45,000 women, were surveyed at firms with more than 1,000 workers. Employers were evaluated on:
- Employee statements about their workplace atmosphere, opportunities for career development, working conditions, salary, workplace and diversity
- Women employee ratings of their employer regarding parental leave, flexibility, discrimination, representation and career
- Employee evaluations of other employers in their respective industries that stand out either positively or negatively with regards to diversity
Outstanding LGBT+ role models and future leaders 2020
INvolve, a global network and consultancy championing diversity and inclusion in business, listed Ronnie West, chief people office at IHS Markit, and Tim Vallin, VP technology, on their 100 LGBT+ executives and 100 LGBT+ future leaders list. These accolades showcase the achievements and influence of LGBT+ people in the business community.
Heroes women role model executives and advocates 2020
Three IHS Markit colleagues were listed on the Heroes women executive and advocate executive role model lists for leading and driving change to increase gender diversity in the workplace.
- Sari Granat, EVP, chief administrative officer and general counsel, is a role model committed to elevating and inspiring others to push for self advancement and a valued mentor to our female colleagues. Sari also sponsored our nascent 16-week structured mentoring program
- Andrew Eisen, SVP, financial services solutions, acts as an advocate sponsor of our Women in Tech affinity group and helped to develop a mentoring program that nurtures women's leadership skills
- Ed Chisey, SVP, information services and financial services, is an advocate who has mentored several senior women and sponsored our first ever return to work program which enables primary care givers to return after a career break
Women leaders in technology and finance
Bethany Baer, managing director and chief technology officer of IHS Markit Digital, was named Technology Leader of the Year at the inaugural Women in Technology and Data Awards presented by Waters Technology magazine. The award recognizes, promotes and celebrates the contribution that women make across the capital markets, specifically in the data and technology industries.
Sally Moore, executive vice president and head of strategic alliances, was recognized as one of 2018’s 100 Most Influential Women in European Finance by the Financial News. "The recognition of Sally’s achievements and contributions to our company’s success is well deserved," said Lance Uggla, chairman and CEO of IHS Markit. “Through her connections across the financial services sector, Sally has built strong and innovative alliances that are central to our commercial strategy.”
2017 Annual Innovation in Diversity Award
Profiles in Diversity Journal recognized IHS Markit as a Top 10 winner in their 2017 Annual Innovation in Diversity Awards for developing innovative customer solutions in the area of workforce diversity and inclusion, recognizing our automotive data and insight for engaging the LGBTQ market.