Diversity & Inclusion
Diversity and Inclusion are central to our corporate values and essential to our vision, strategy and continued success. TWC has a long standing history of commitment to diversity and inclusion that is reflected in both external recognition and internal efforts such as Employee Networks, Diversity Councils, and Mentoring.
Time Warner Cable has been named as a Top Company for People of Color by the National Association of Multiethnicity in Cable (NAMIC), consistently ranks as one of the leading companies for women by Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), and just a short time ago the company was also honored as the Diversity Champion by the Walter Kaitz Foundation, an organization who prides itself on being cable's diversity advocate and of which TWC's Chairman and CEO sits on its board.
Time Warner Cable offers 11 different types of Employee Networks, dispersed in nearly 25 chapters across the country. They are formed around a common dimension of diversity, interests, and/or experiences.
- Asian Pacific Island Collective (APIC)
- Black Business Employee Network (BBEN)
- Hispanic Women’s Network
- The Women’s Collective
- Aspiring Leaders Organization
- HOLA TWC
- Women in Technology
These networks have goals and objectives that align with TWC's goals and strategies (such as giving back to communities and looking for opportunities for business growth and development). They also provide professional and personal developmental opportunities for employees and increase employee engagement.
Check out our latest video that highlights how members of our various Employee Networks came together and showcased several of our values including: Innovation, Teamwork, Inclusion, and Initiative. This was all done while creating miniature-sized robots in a learning and bonding environment.
Diversity and Inclusion Councils
Time Warner Cable's Chairman and CEO Rob Marcus leads the company's Executive Inclusion Council. This council provides guidance and leadership on strategic priorities for diversity and inclusion. It also reviews overall diversity metrics and holds frank discussions on how D&I impacts TWC business efforts.
Local Diversity and Inclusion Councils work to identify relevant issues and provide communication tools and problem solving in their respective geographic locations. They each collaborate closely with HR Business Partners who help them ensure issues are addressed appropriately and seamlessly. Its membership consists of volunteers from across a variety of functions, increasing its teamwork, innovation, and initiative.
The TWC Mentorship Program provides employees with the opportunity to build skills, knowledge, and achieve development goals, while providing the opportunity for the mentor to further enhance his/her skill set as a coach and adviser. Other benefits of a mentorship program include:
- Supports succession planning
- Facilitates inclusion
- Enhances loyalty and retention
- Improves employee satisfaction
- Increases visibility of talent
- Breaks down organizational silos
- Provides opportunity for mentors to enhance skill sets as coaches and advisers
Recruitment & Hiring
To compete in today's marketplace, we must attract, recruit, select, develop and retain the best talent from among the broadest range of people, backgrounds and perspectives. TWC continues to build an inclusive workplace and a corporate culture that draws on the strength of our diversity. Time Warner Cable partners with many diverse organizations that help to attract a diverse talent base and communicate the myriad of career opportunities available.
Time Warner Cable is a proud partner of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. This program selects students pursuing degrees in STEM fields, bringing them to DC for a summer of service, education, and mentorship. This opportunity allows students to take an eye-level look at policy, providing them the tools to grow into the vanguard of their generation.
Retention & Development
Time Warner Cable offers several opportunities designed to develop its variety of employees. They include WICT's Rising Leaders, Betsy Magness Leadership Institute and its Executive Development Series. In addition, staff can attend NAMIC's Leadership Seminars and its Executive Leadership Development Program. These external programs also help grow TWC's diverse leadership talent base.
Internally, TWC has a developmental program called Step Forward for rising women leaders as well as several diversity training courses that are offered virtually for both managers and non-managers.
TWC sees the importance of working with diverse vendors and considers using Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) whenever possible. The company’s MWBE spend is measured and communicated regularly to company leaders. MWBE suppliers can register with TWC at www.twcablesupplierdiversity.com. This same website can be used to obtain a list of local MWBE suppliers.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Time Warner Cable reaffirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities for employment and advancement to qualified employees and applicants. Individuals will be considered for positions for which they meet the minimum qualifications and are able to perform without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, current unemployment status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws.
"Being an inclusive organization - one that draws from and fully represents the communities we live in and serve - has always been critically important to Time Warner Cable. We place great value on the diverse perspectives and experiences our employees and partners bring to the table, because we know they ultimately lead to better and smarter solutions for our business. We also know it's the right thing to do."
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
As a Time Warner Cable employee, you can take advantage of our corporate partnerships that provide professional development opportunities.