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Gulfstream professionals represent a great diversity of experiences, languages, lifestyles, beliefs and cultural backgrounds. Our many perspectives, combined with our desire to be the best, contribute to Gulfstream’s continued success.
Our diversity recruiting initiative is a key element of our overall recruiting. It’s also an integral part of our daily business. To help achieve a diverse workforce, we also partner with many diversity-focused organizations: the Society of Women Engineers, the National Society of Black Engineers, Women in Aviation and the Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers.
We make diversity a priority. Our diversity and inclusion efforts are supported by a comprehensive strategy encompassing four areas of emphasis: leadership accountability, education, process integration, and recruitment and retention. All of our open positions are posted on a range of diversity-focused Web sites to ensure that our applicant pool reflects today's dynamic workforce.
Our internal outreach efforts include classes that focus on awareness, diversity and inclusion. These educational resources develop skills and raise awareness.
Our external outreach efforts reflect the diverse interests of our employees and their communities.
The Gulfstream Immigration Program provides employees with comprehensive global immigration services, regardless of the country of origin or the destination of their assignment. These services include assistance in obtaining US working visas, Green Cards, international work permits, permanent residency or citizenship.
Many of our employees require immigration assistance to work and live in a foreign country. To accommodate these employees, we provide a full-time Immigration Specialist who works with a team of immigration attorneys to identify and process all necessary documents. The Immigration Specialist also provides timely status updates and serves as the primary contact for all immigration questions and concerns.
To prepare employees for assignments in foreign countries, Gulfstream also offers families cultural awareness training prior to their move. These services also are available for returning expatriates.
Diversity Awards and Recognition
Five Gulfstream employees were recognized in 2008 as Modern Day Technology Leaders at the Black Engineer of the Year Award conference. In addition, Kelvin Mason, Gulfstream’s chief information officer, received the Pioneer Award. Nominations for this award are submitted by a wide range of companies. Only one Pioneer Award is presented annually.
Eleven Gulfstream women were honored in 2008 at the Women of Color in Technology conference. Six were recognized as Rising All Stars and five were cited as All Stars in Technology.