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Respect Each Other

Living our value of Respect for the Individual starts with valuing diversity and inclusion. We believe having associates with different backgrounds, styles, experiences, identities, and opinions makes us a better company. Inclusion is an intentional act—it is investing time and energy to understand, support, and champion the uniqueness of individuals. Diversity and inclusion promote individual expression, creativity, innovation, and achievement—and help us better understand and serve our customers.

 

We are committed to a workplace that is free of harassment and discrimination. We do not tolerate any behavior that diminishes the dignity of a person, inappropriately or unreasonably interferes with work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or otherwise offensive work environment based on an individual’s protected status. We also do not tolerate retaliation against anyone who raises a concern about harassment or discrimination.

Walmart does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on an individual’s:

• Race

• Color

• Ancestry

• Ethnicity

• Religion

• Sex

• Pregnancy

• National Origin

• Age

• Disability

• Marital Status

• Veteran Status

• Military Status

• Genetic Information

• Sexual Orientation

• Gender Identity or Expression

• Any Other Legally Protected Status

 

Walmart complies with all laws in the countries in which we operate.

 

Integrity in Action

 

  • Treat others how they want to be treated. Be fair and respectful to associates, customers, members, suppliers, and third parties who work with Walmart. Value others’ differences and listen to different points of view.
  • Hire and promote the right way. Hire, retain, and promote associates based on qualifications, demonstrated skills, achievements, and other merits.
  • Prevent harassment. Set the right tone and expectation for appropriate behavior with your team members and peers. Verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature is not acceptable.
  • Lead by example. Be inclusive with your actions and words. Understand how your actions and comments may be perceived or misunderstood by others. Set clear expectations with your team.
  • Follow harassment and discrimination laws and our policies. Know what behaviors are considered harassment or discrimination and create a respectful and inclusive workplace.
  • Speak up. Never tolerate harassment or discrimination. Report harassment or discrimination to your manager, People Lead, or Ethics & Compliance.
Examples of harassment:
  • Unwelcome sexual advances or remarks
  • Slurs or inappropriate jokes based on a protected status
  • Displaying written or graphic material that ridicules, insults, or shows hostility toward a group or individual based on a protected status
  • Distributing pornographic or sexually suggestive content
  • Intimidating acts, such as bullying or threatening, concerning or based on a protected status
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