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We strive to create a diverse, inclusive work environment where all employees feel valued, have the opportunity to grow and are driven to succeed. We believe this is both the right thing to do and good for business. We believe that embracing diverse experiences and points of view leads to better decision making and that a more diverse workforce makes for a stronger company.


We regularly review our strategies and renew our action plans to address any workforce gaps in our organization. Governed by federal regulations, our compliance activities require that we have effective affirmative action plans in place that identify strategies and plans for addressing goals. In addition, we've implemented processes and procedures in support of new federal regulations related to individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.

We monitor how effective we are at recruiting, hiring and promoting a diverse workforce. We also look at the overall representation of women and minorities in our U.S. operations. In 2015, we rated ourselves "below" based on our performance against internal representation targets.


Beyond compliance, we work to create a workplace that is a welcoming and inclusive place for all our employees. As a foundation, we have robust, companywide anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies and resources, including:

  • Regular training on harassment prevention, affirmative action, and managing a diverse and inclusive workforce
  • Risk-mitigation assessments
  • A “no tolerance” approach to discrimination or harassment of employees, suppliers, customers, and visitors

We have a number of internal resource groups, which we call diversity business networks, designed to give employees an opportunity to share experiences, gain exposure to other businesses, acquire mentors, partner across networks and provide feedback to company leaders. These groups include:

  • Access (for people touched by disability)
  • Colors (LGBTQ networking, education and support)
  • Branch Out (building a positive workplace and strong community among coworkers)
  • HOLA (Hispanics for Outstanding Leadership and Advancement)
  • Veterans (support and encouragement for military veterans and family members)
  • WABN (Weyerhaeuser Asian Business Network)
  • WBEA (Weyerhaeuser Black Employee Alliance)
  • WIA (Women In Action)

View our diversity data