An inclusive and diverse workplace is very important to Giant Eagle. Simply put, we are determined that all Team Members are welcomed and valued. At Giant Eagle, our inclusive culture means we:
Respect all of the ways our Team Members, customers, vendors and community members think, see and behave due to their unique backgrounds, race, gender, ethnicity, religious affiliations, abilities, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age and other experiences.
We know our varied beliefs, talents and skills give us great business advantages. By thinking about and approaching issues differently, we can solve complex challenges with fresh eyes, and in turn, are better able to serve the diverse needs of our customers and communities.
From mentoring programs and diversity training events in our warehouses, stores and offices, to hosting cultural events and expanding ethnic food choices in our stores, Giant Eagle Team Members are stepping up and leading many Company-wide efforts. With the ongoing support of our Team Member-led Inclusion and Diversity Committee, we continually look for additional ways to become a more inclusive place to work and shop.
These groups are a great place to meet new co-workers, learn more about different business areas, expand your skills as a professional and help Giant Eagle grow:
Women’s Business Resource Group
Advocating for the lives and careers of women across Giant Eagle
Young Professionals Organization
Offering young professionals the opportunities to meet and discuss issues important to them
Supporting and embracing Team Members of all sexual orientations, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender individuals and their allies
Multicultural Resource Group
Celebrating the distinct cultures and backgrounds of our Team Members and communities
Honors & Accolades
2016 Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Award from United Way of Allegheny County
Giant Eagle’s Women’s Business Resource Group was honored for the second year in a row as a Good Neighbor at the United Way of Allegheny County’s Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Awards dinner. The group’s volunteer efforts have helped United Way achieve their goals to assist vulnerable or struggling neighbors in our community.
2015 Corporate Courage Award from New Avenues to Independence
Giant Eagle recently won New Avenues to Independence’s inaugural “Corporate Courage Award!” New Avenues focuses on providing opportunities for people with disabilities and special needs to become more independent. Since the relationship began in 2015, Giant Eagle has hired nine people and supported 14 additional Team Members through this program.
2015 Creating Opportunity Award from Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities
Three of Giant Eagle’s locations, Cuyahoga Falls GetGo, Grandview Yard Market District, and Portage Crossing Market District, will each be presented the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities’ “2015 Creating Opportunity” award! Giant Eagle will be 1 of 30 employers throughout Ohio presented this award, and only 1 of 2 with multiple locations being recognized.
2015 Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation placed Giant Eagle in the top ten grocery retailers as a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality based on a national benchmarking survey. Almost 1,000 businesses were rated in this report which looks at company policies and practices, including nondiscrimination workplace protections and public engagement with the LGBT community, among others.
2012 Vanguard Diversity Award from the Community College of Allegheny County
2011 Excellence in Employment Award from ACHIEVA
Our recruiters partner with many community organizations to look for talented people to join the Giant Eagle family. Some of these groups include:
African American Chamber of Commerce
Allegheny Intermediate Unit
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh
Fund for Advancement of Minorities through Education (FAME)
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Jewish Family & Children Services
New Avenues to Independence
PA Diversity Council
Pennsylvania Women Work
Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project
St. Martin de Porres School
The Roberto Clemente Minority Business Association
The United Way (“21 & Able” program)
Urban League of Pittsburgh
If you need a reasonable accommodation to complete the requirements of any part of the application process, please contact us at MyHRconnection@gianteagle.com or call 1-888-892-2248.
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