Edison International works to ensure that our suppliers and work force reflect our multicultural marketplace.
We work closely with low-income, minority and women's groups to advance their employment opportunities, educational needs and economic development.
Edison International's commitment to diversity and equal opportunity is evident throughout the organization. Minority and female representatives currently comprise 46% of Edison International's Board of Directors.
Edison International also makes in-kind and financial donations to nonprofit organizations that advance the issues of minorities and women.
It is Edison International’s policy that employment be based on individual merit, qualifications and competence. We provide equal employment opportunity in all aspects of the employment relationship, including recruitment, hiring, compensation and benefits, development, promotion, transfer, discipline, layoff/recall, and termination of employment for all employees without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, disabled-veteran status or Vietnam-era veteran status, family leave status, citizenship, or genetic information.
The Company provides reasonable accommodation, barring undue hardships, for known physical or mental limitations of otherwise qualified applicants or employees with disabilities, including disabled veterans.
At Edison International, we value diversity at all employee levels. Thus the company offers leadership and mentoring opportunities to its employees by focusing on leadership competencies, including formal and informal mentoring to improve the company's business results. Listed below are a few of our formal leadership courses and programs at Southern California Edison.
Coaching for Leaders – Leaders gain the basic foundation to conduct effective coaching with direct reports that aligns with the SCE performance management framework. The course allows leaders to practice and enhance existing skills as well as gain new skills.
Delegating for Results - Managers are increasingly challenged with executing their departmental strategies faster and more effectively, utilizing fewer resources than in previous times. The focus of this course is to help managers assess their team’s capabilities and make intentional decisions about how they select, allocate, assign and follow up stretch assignments and responsibilities within their team.
Recognition Training for Leaders – Leaders explore the benefits of effective employee recognition and what the research reveals about the impact of recognition on employee performance and satisfaction, learn the FAST Recognition model, and practice concrete skills that will enhance their ability and confidence when recognizing their employees back in the workplace.
Situational Leadership - Managers learn a shared process, language, and model for building leadership. It is a program customized to employees’ individual goals and corporate goals. SLII® teaches leaders to do more than just respond to predictable situations through memorized skill application. It teaches leaders to analyze, diagnose, think, and apply leadership concepts effectively in any situation.
New Edison Leadership Development Programs:
Our new Edison Leadership Development Programs provide a leadership experience with a holistic approach that promotes teamwork, cross-collaboration, consistency, and inclusion.
ESSENTIALS - This "nuts and bolts" course is designed to provide practical information and to prepare new supervisors and managers for an array of administrative duties and special situations or circumstances they will encounter in their new role.
SHIFT – This program is designed for new supervisors to enable them to understand their obligations as an SCE leader and coach, create an engaged and empowered team, find their leadership voice, and demonstrate accountability and hold others accountable.
TRANSFORM – This program is designed for new mid-level managers to empower them to exercise leadership judgment, demonstrate strategic decision-making, create leadership presence, manage work through others, coach and develop teams and individuals, collaborate cross-functionally, and deliver results in a rapidly changing environment.
INSPIRE – This program targets new-to-role senior-level managers and focuses on their leadership behaviors. Managers hold a central role in shaping the work environment; this begins with values-driving leadership practices, decision-making, communication and maintaining an effective leadership presence.
A Commitment to Supplier Diversity
It has been a key commitment of Edison International's operating company, Southern California Edison,to focus on supplier diversity.
SCE teams with a diverse range of suppliers and business partners and has made this practice a business priority for some 30 years.
SCE's Supplier Diversity Program, created in 1979, is built on the belief that supplier diversity is not only the right thing to do, but is also a sound business strategy because it reflects the demographics of our customer base.