Ensuring a fair and equitable workplace

At Kellogg, we believe that creating a place at our table for everyone is only the beginning. It is just as important for us to ensure that our people enjoy fair and unbiased access to the fruits of their labor. This is one way of describing pay equity.

Pay equity is the principle that employees should be compensated the same when they undertake the same or similar responsibilities, and that differences in pay in those circumstances should only be due to legitimate factors, such as differing levels of experience, performance, tenure with the company and the like.

Kellogg has long been committed to compensating our people equitably, not only within our organization but also relative to marketplace norms. We utilized a third party to conduct a meticulous pay equity study of salaried employees in each of our regional businesses. The results affirmed that Kellogg provides equitable compensation across our company.

More examples of how we strive for ED&I in our workplace, including supporting working mothers; igniting allyship against racial inequity; building the next generation of female leaders; and respecting and accepting employees’ sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression are included in Features.

  • Kellogg employees celebrating Pride Month
  • Kellogg employees sitting on a couch
  • Kellogg employees celebrating Spirit Day