Technology continues to change – and culture must change with it.
That was the message at the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) Summer Leadership Summit, hosted by Freddie Mac. The summit, which brought business and technology leaders together to share best practices, discuss challenges and trends, and support career development for emerging leaders, had record attendance, with more than 350 people representing 80 companies and 39 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Freddie Mac employees were well represented at the campus event, and eight served as speakers and moderators.
Freddie Mac is committed to the principles of equal opportunity in our employment and contracting practices, regardless of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, status as a parent, pregnancy, religion, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information, and other characteristics protected by law. We've demonstrated this commitment in our policies, our procedures, and our actions.
Our employment practices are designed to ensure all interested candidates are given fair opportunity and consideration in the hiring process.
We continue to expand our outreach practices to attract more women-, minority, -disabled-owned and other diverse firms in our business transactions so that our suppliers reflect the diverse communities we serve.
Freddie Mac takes our commitment to the principles of equal opportunity very seriously. If you have reason to believe one of our policies has been violated, you can voice your concerns by contacting our Compliance & Ethics Helpline at FreddieMacEthicsHelpline.com or 1-877-301-CODE (2633). Freddie Mac strictly prohibits retaliation or reprisal.
Chief Executive Officer