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Dell 2017 Legacy of Good Update


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Dell is committed to building a legacy that drives human progress – that lifts people up, giving them the opportunity to grow and thrive. We want to leave the environment better than we found it; ensure our team members share in a winning culture that prioritizes ethical behavior; and help our customers apply technology in ways that makes the world better. That will be our Legacy of Good. Read More:

Dell 2017 Legacy of Good Update

  1. 1. 2017 update on progress Building a Legacy of Good Internal Use - Confidential
  2. 2. Building a Legacy of Good We are committed to driving human progress by putting our technology and expertise to work where it can do the most good. Supply Chain Environment People Communities Driving transparency, accountability and continuous improvement across a responsible supply chain. From innovative design to end-of-life recycling and everything in between, we keep the environment in mind. Attracting the best talent, building diverse and inclusive teams, and winning together. That’s the Dell way. We apply our funding, technology, and volunteered expertise to help communities grow and thrive. • Customer tours • Supplier audits + training • Reducing our impact • Energy efficiency • Recycling • Employee resource groups • Flex work programs • Youth learning programs • Pediatric cancer care Learn more at
  3. 3. Supply Chain
  4. 4. Greater transparency in our supply chain builds trust First-of-its-kind tour allows customers to interact with workers and experience their working conditions Green Choice Alliance’s Corporate Information Transparency Index Ranked #2 among IT and #3 for all industries
  5. 5. Supply chain SER performance Select key performance indicators for FY17 Number of initial audits conducted 218 Number of follow-up/closure audits conducted 238 Percentage of high-risk facilities audited 90% Percent of priority findings closed or downgraded 81% Percent of audit findings closed 79% Number of participants attending capability building programs 1,050 Percentage of workers compliant with 60-hour work week 91% Percentage direct materials spend represented by suppliers reporting GHG emissions to CDP 90% Visit for the latest
  6. 6. Human rights in our supply chain Weekly Supply Chain Monitoring (annual average) FY16 FY17 No. workers monitored 168,268 190,107 Max. number of facilities monitored 117 121 Percent of workers compliant with 60-hour workweek 88% 91% Percent of workers with at least 1 day of rest per week 89% 90% • Executive Review Board reviews all findings related to forced/child labor • New worker hotline encourages speaking up • WeChat tool helps us engage directly Visit for the latest
  7. 7. Environment
  8. 8. 8 of Y Internal Use - Confidential Turning the tide on ocean plastics We will turn 8 tonnes of ocean- bound plastic into packaging for the XPS 13 2-in-1 this year, with a goal of using 10x that amount by 2025.
  9. 9. 9 of Y Internal Use - Confidential Energy efficiency $380 millionIf you tried to do this year's computing load with last year's technology, it would require $380 million more worth of electricity 54%Reduced portfolio energy intensity FAST
  10. 10. Designing out waste: Dell + zero-waste manufacturing 99%Manufacturing waste diverted from landfills
  11. 11. 11 of Y Internal Use - Confidential 78countries & territories Free consumer recycling of any brand 49countries & territories Asset Resale & Recycling Services 1.8 Billion pounds We have recovered a cumulative total of 1.8 billion pounds since 2007 and have achieved 88% of our goal to collect 2 billion pounds of e-waste by 2020. Global Takeback Services Learn more at 83countries & territories World’s largest recycling program
  12. 12. Driving human progress Charitable Giving and Volunteering
  13. 13. Technology Access Youth around the world have better access to technology and brighter futures with Dell’s Youth Learning programs. Our goal is to help 4 million people directly and 12 million people indirectly by 2020. 2.3 million kids 71 strategic non-profit partners 17 countries with key Youth Learning partnerships 65% of kids in our STEM-related programs are girls
  14. 14. 14 of Y Internal Use - Confidential Technology Access 2X to 3X more effective * Results from pediatric cancer trial results using precision medicine compared to Phase I trials without it. With Dell’s funding, technology and expertise, TGEN is helping more families, with better results, and now expanding it’s work to more childhood and adult rare diseases.
  15. 15. 15 of Y Internal Use - Confidential Volunteerism 3.3 Million hours 821,000 hours of volunteer time in FY17 2X the impact Dell will match employee donations up to $10K / year, for the causes they support #ShoreUp 55 events and 7,000 volunteer hours for clean-up events Our team members believe in giving back to their communities. Since 2013, they’ve donated 3.3 million hours of their time to the causes that matter most to them. Our goal is to reach 5 million hours by 2020.
  16. 16. Our People
  17. 17. Our People Award winning culture Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team members, Dell: • Garnered Employer of Choice awards in over 20 countries • Ranked #6 as Best Company for Flexible Jobs by Flexjobs • Earned a spot on the World’s Most Ethical Companies list by Ethisphere – for the 3rd year in a row … And many more
  18. 18. Join us in building a Legacy of Good @Dell4Good
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