2021 Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Report

2021-At-A-Glance

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Workforce diversity

70.7%

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Leadership gender parity goal

by 2030

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STEM scholarships

$3.5M+

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Business Resource Groups

12

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Space4Dialogue

36

Sessions

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Philanthropic funding

$20M

SCE’s Equal Opportunity policy is based on individual merit, qualifications and competence. Here you will find detailed information on SCE workforce diversity by race, ethnicity and gender over a three-year period.

Our DEI Commitments

Our efforts to advance DEI throughout Edison International and the communities we serve are guided by 10 commitments, which we established in 2020. In 2021, we implemented each of the 10 commitments, most of which initially focused on our Black colleagues and community. Many of the commitments will be expanded in 2022 and beyond to our broader employee population, to further our efforts to embrace all forms of diversity, including age, disability, race, ethnicity, gender, LGBTQ+, religion, veteran status and diversity of thought, and to support all of our team members, partners and communities.

Greater Data Transparency / Dashboard

  • Create an officer-level dashboard for continued visibility
  • Provide transparency through the DEI Report

 

Inclusion & Cultural Literacy Training

  • Expand current training to include content on antiracism and microaggressions for all employees

Talent Accelerator

  • Accelerate the talent movement by pairing officers with high-potential talent; start with Black employees with plans to expand the initiative in 2022

Talent Pipeline

  • Increase Black scholarship awardees and internships

Career Counseling

  • Engage career counseling vendors to help employees navigate their careers at Edison International

Assessment for Potential Bias in HR/ Ethics Processes

  • Engage an external third party to assess key HR/ethics policies and processes for potential biases and suggest improvements based on findings

Greater Data Transparency

  • Issue annual Economic Impact Report to capture contributions of supplier  diversity spend (e.g., jobs, wages, taxes)
  • Issue Community Impact Report to provide details of corporate philanthropic giving

Industry/External Partnership & Allyship

  • Join the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) Energy Equity campaign
  • Commit incremental $1 million shareholder funding over next five years to advance racial equity in our communities

Edison International Lineworker Scholarship Program

  • Commit $1 million shareholder funding to pilot a four-year annual scholarship program supporting lineworker students to expand diversity in the skilled craft workforce pipeline, with an initial focus on attracting Black participants

Marketplace Development & Supplier Diversity

  • Commission marketplace study to assess availability of diverse businesses in procurement categories where we have needs Use findings to inform access and spend targets, with an emphasis on Black-owned businesses