Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion

Shure is committed to creating a work environment that allows every Associate to be their authentic self.
We believe it’s the people, not just our products, that make us successful. Every story of every Associate has left a unique imprint on each product that bears the Shure name.
We honor the diversity of our teams through Associate Resource Groups, International Food Days, mentorship programs, and global awareness celebrations that are designed to promote pride and togetherness at every level.

We've developed our IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) initiative that includes Associates from all over the world. They are helping to continue to define and implement important Company actions in this space that reflect Shure's Core Values. We know this is important to our Associates, our Partners, and our Customers and we will share more examples of our advancements in this area over the next several months.

 

Shure is proud to celebrate Black History / African Ancestry Month

This annual event was born and grew from an idea by noted historian and Harvard University graduate Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans in 1926. Forward to 1976, and every U.S. president since then has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month—to recognize the culture, legacy, achievements, and contributions of people of Black or African descent. In other countries like Canada and the UK, a month is devoted to celebrating the awareness of Black history as well.

This month, we’re celebrating the rich history and accomplishments of Black and African individuals through storytelling, imagery, volunteer opportunities, education, and resources. We hope to spark meaningful conversation about the importance of Black History and African Ancestry and provide opportunities for you to celebrate and be voices for inclusion at our Company and in our industry.

I hope you’ll celebrate with us.

Chris Schyvinck
President