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How Huntington Ingalls Industries values diversity and veterans

How Huntington Ingalls Industries values diversity and veterans

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"At Huntington Ingalls Industries, we value relationships that are based on mutual respect and appreciation of differences as a formative part of the inclusive culture that is essential to our success,” Bill Ermatinger, Corporate Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer.

What does Diversity mean at Huntington Ingalls Industries?

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) is committed to building a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We recognize and embrace the many ways we are different, including physical abilities. From our talent acquisition strategy to discovering manufacturing solutions to improve our business, we are demonstrating our commitment to seek different perspectives to better our company.

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For example, HII is engaged in robust efforts to partner with disability specialists and agencies serving the community to increase our access to qualified applicants with disabilities. Recently, HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division began hosting a series of disability roundtables, bringing together nearly 20 local partners to improve awareness and understanding of our work and to share best practices.

How are Veterans supported at Huntington Ingalls Industries?

The Veterans Employee Resource Groups work to enhance the image of the company with employees, customers, and community through our diverse military experience, traditions, and customs and to foster the professional and career development of all employees.

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How our employees have raised funds for the Special Olympics

HII encourages employees to connect with their communities, including volunteering and serving on boards and commissions. At our Ingalls Shipbuilding division, this commitment has resulted in the annual “5K on the Causeway,” a 5K run sponsored by the company that promotes health and wellness while raising thousands of dollars for the Special Olympics.

Additionally, hundreds of Ingalls employees volunteer their time at the Special Olympics Mississippi games annually and engage in event fundraising efforts. Ingalls’ partnership with Special Olympics also includes direct financial support. You can learn more about the event in our recent press release here.

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If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to buildyourcareer@hii-co.com and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.

Reasonable accommodations are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only those inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this e-mail address. Additionally, you may also call 1-888-935-1507 for assistance.