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Diversity is the Way We Do Business

Chrysler Group embraces and recognizes the importance of diversity in all areas of our business - including our employees, our supply base, our marketing and throughout our dealer network.

As a global company, Chrysler Group diversity has brought together people with an outstanding range of skills and experiences. They may be from different cultures and backgrounds, but they all come together to help build our cars and trucks - and buy them.

Chrysler Group's  Office of Talent Acquisition and Global Diversity leads the way toward achieving excellence in diversity by sponsoring and supporting diversity events, encouraging work/life effectiveness programs,  and promoting a ze​ro tolerance for discrimination and harassment of any kind. Learn more.

Recruiting and Providing Opportunities for Minorities and other Diverse Candidates

Chrysler Group actively recruits a diverse workforce. We seek out top talent at colleges and universities and we work closely with professional diversity organizations to identify high-potential diverse candidates. We also offer many opportunities to meet with our team at diversity events across the country.

We take great pride in our commitment to fostering an inclusive work environment where all employees are treated with dignity and respect. It's a commitment that starts at the top. The result? A genuinely collaborative workplace—one with extraordinary opportunities for you to bring your energy, your passion and your unique perspectives to the table.

People Power Innovation

At Chrysler Group, we believe it is our diversity of talents and perspectives that allow us to take visionary approaches and strategically apply new technologies for the benefit of our diverse customers.   

Chrysler Group is driven to develop a culturally diverse dealer network that represents the customers and communities we serve. That’s why the Chrysler Minority Retail Dealer Development program was created in 1983. Since then, it has provided opportunities to people of African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Native American and Alaskan descent, with a demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit.

The program provides assistance to ethnic minority general manager candidates who have automotive retail experience but lack sufficient capital to operate and own a dealership. We recruit and place qualified ethnic minority general managers into Chrysler Marketing Investment dealerships, so they can become sole dealership owners.

Recognized for Our Efforts

The readers of Workforce Diversity For Engineering and IT Professionals have named Chrysler Group LLC to the magazine's list of “2013 Top 50 Employers."

Recognized seven times by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation as one of the country's leading corporations supporting policies and inclusion of LGBT employees.

Named "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" by the editors of DiversityInc magazine in 2011 and 2012.

Named among 'The Best Companies for Diversity' for 2012 by readers of Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology magazine.

Named to’s list of the 50 best companies providing opportunities for multicultural businesses.

Named among the 50 Best Employers for Hispanic Women on the annual “Latina Style 50 Report” by editors of Latina Style magazine.

In 2012, the Detroit Free Press named Chrysler Group as one of the best places to work in the state of Michigan.

Recognized as a “Top Supporter” of Engineering Programs at the Nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities for Third Consecutive Year by U.S. Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine.

Named one of the "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers” by Working Mother magazine 13 times.

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  • Minority Retail Dealer Development Program

    Find out why Chrysler Group is recognized industry wide for distinction in the recruitment and placement of minorities.

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