International Men's Day

Posted on: November 18, 2019 by Denise Reed Lamoreaux

Here at Atos, we want all of our employees to feel valued, appreciated, and free to be who they are at work. Our employee lifecycle processes are designed to prevent discrimination against our people regardless of gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, neurodiversity, disability status, citizenship, or any other aspect which makes them unique. Across the globe, we have created a variety of programs to embed our Atos culture of inclusivity, and work hard to ensure that all of our employees have an equal opportunity to contribute and feel that they are exactly where they belong.

Atos supports and promotes an inclusiveMENtality in everything we do, and we take great pride in our International Men’s Day line up of activities. Across the globe, we’ll be focusing our attention on a myriad of topics that include:

  • MENtal health
  • The power of MENtoring
  • 2019 MENtionable achievements in the D&I space

We will also host a MANel, comprised of our male colleagues at every level from around the world, sharing their advice on how to:

  • Remain relevant in a changing technical landscape
  • Balance work and life
  • Promote inclusion in the workplace

As we seek greater understanding of how to help Atos men grow and thrive in the digital economy, we will also pause to thank them for their contributions, and have created a certificate of appreciation that we can email to the men in our work lives!

Our 2019 D&I accomplishments highlight our commitment to our people, as we:

  • Signed the Valuable 500 Charter stating our focus on accessibility
  • Were named as one of North America ‘s highly engaged companies
  • Began a series of LinkedIn podcasts that showcase our employee development programs as part of our recruiting efforts
  • Signed Le’Autre Cercle’s charter in support of LGBTI+ rights

We remain committed to positioning Atos as a diverse, inclusive, and ethical employer of choice. Events such as International Men’s Day allow us to share this commitment both internally and externally, as we will be joined by our clients, partners, and suppliers during our webinars focused on health issues that affect males, improving the relations between genders, highlighting the importance of male role models, and promoting gender equality.

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About Denise Reed Lamoreaux
Global Chief Diversity Officer
Denise Reed Lamoreaux is the Global Chief Diversity Officer at Atos, and brings 30+ years of Leadership, Marketing and Communication, and Learning and Development experience to her role. Denise has aligned with Recruiting, Corporate Social Responsibility, the Compliance Network and Learning and Development to ensure that the Diversity Dimensions (Gender, Generations, Culture, LGBT+, and Accessibility) are interwoven into business processes, and that learning opportunities focus on D&I topics. Denise brings her passion for Diversity and Inclusion to the programs she develops and delivers, and to the We Are Atos Employee Experience Program. Two recent achievements are the launch of Skillsoft’s Women In Action program, and the implementation of Textio, which will aid us in creating unbiased job descriptions. During her tenure, Atos has been recognized externally in several categories, joined organizations such as the ILO, and signed the UN Standards of Conduct for Business,’s Parity Pledge, and L’ Autre Cercle’s charter.

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