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DSM Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what DSM employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

DSM has a diversity rating of 4.

All answers shown come directly from DSM Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at DSM?

13 English reviews out of 13

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6 July 2021

Pros

great leadership, friendly and helpful colleagues, diversity of culture

Cons

sometimes need to work over time

great leadership, friendly and helpful colleagues, diversity of culture

6 July 2021

Reviewed by: Engineer (Former Employee)

5 June 2020

Pros

Inspiring former CEO Pays well Training program English speaking

Cons

No career development plan No inclusion and diversity for foreign workers More opportunities for local Dutch people No gender balance

Advice to Management

Talk the talk and walk the walk. If you promise inclusion and diversity, make sure that it’s being implemented throughout the company, not only at Board Level. Remove the structural problem that you have. If you want to be a company or tomorrow, why do you keep older people in so many positions.

No inclusion and diversity for foreign workers

5 June 2020

Reviewed by: Innovation Manager in Maastricht (Current Employee)

24 April 2020

Pros

Good benefit. Good work-life balance. Reputable name.

Cons

Inclusion and diversity are only on MT level, the rest of the organization is still Dutch. Claimed to focus on Innovation, but there’s very little innovation takes place. Big and slow. Career development is limited if you are not Dutch or you don’t play golf, unless you are recruited at executive level. Politics and nepotism at its best.

Inclusion and diversity are only on MT level, the rest of the organization is still Dutch.

24 April 2020

Reviewed by: Project Manager in Geleen (Current Employee)

12 October 2020

Pros

Lots of diversity in products, always something new to learn... Salary is within market.

Cons

Frequent change over in executive leadership, on their THIRD President in as many years. Lots of politics at the top, skill and talent do not match job titles at all. Operations frequently blamed for the inadequacies of the innovation group and the lack of talent/ability to develop a product. Products that are not ready for commercialization frequently pushed onto manufacturing, results in high scrap/cost/low yields. Large layoff recently, ZERO culture, there is nothing worth working for here... Feels like they're setting up to sell the division...

Advice to Management

Look up stream, the innovation/R&D group is NOT talented and incapable of delivering robust processes. Stop trying to grow while ignoring the fact that your 'bread and butter' business is crumbling due to age. Hire and promote people with talent, stop hiring your friends to be executives who have no business at their current career levels. Bring back some culture and balance - its become a prison.

Lots of diversity in products, always something new to learn... Salary is within market.

12 October 2020

Reviewed by: Manager in Exton, PA (Former Employee)

7 October 2020

Pros

Diversity, purpuse led, open culture

Cons

slow decision taking sometimes not taking enough risks

Diversity, purpuse led, open culture

7 October 2020

Reviewed by: General Manager in Maastricht (Current Employee)

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