Brunswick Named Among America’s Best Employers for Women by Forbes

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Brunswick has been named by Forbes and Statista to the 2021 America’s Best Employers for Women list for the second year running.

Only 300 companies made the final list, from the thousands in consideration. The company also ranked number two overall on the list’s engineering and manufacturing category.

“We are honored to be named to the list of America’s Best Employers for Women for a second consecutive year, especially as this award reflects feedback from employees throughout the enterprise,” Brenna Preisser, executive vice president and president, business acceleration and chief people and strategy officer, said in a statement. “As the leader in the recreational boating industry, we are dedicated to promoting greater diversity on the water by creating a workplace that values different experiences and reflects unique perspectives.”

America’s Best Employers for Women are selected by an independent survey of 75,000 U.S. employees (including 30,000 women) at companies with at least 1,000 employed in the U.S.

According to Brunswick, it is committed to leading in the effort to engage and advance women in the marine marketplace and to encourage more diverse boating participation.

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This August, the company is hosting a Women in Boating campaign to promote women at the helm and inclusivity across the industry. The program will include a three-city media event to promote women in boating.

Brunswick has been recognized for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion with numerous awards over the past year, including:

• Top 10 ranking in Forbes America’s Best Large Employers 2021

Forbes America’s Best Employers for Diversity 2021

Forbes Best Employers for Women 2020

Forbes Best Employers for Veterans 2020

Click here to see the entire 2021 America’s Best Employers for Women list. 

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