ConocoPhillips is pleased to publish our inaugural Human Capital Management (HCM) Report, titled "Who We Are." This report details the actions we are taking to inspire a compelling culture, attract and retain great people, provide rewarding opportunities and meet our commitments to all stakeholders.
Underlying our strategy, our portfolio and our reputation are our people. They make ConocoPhillips run. The diverse people of ConocoPhillips have always been the heart of our company and we recognize that attracting and developing a world-class workforce is a competitive imperative within our changing industry.
Ryan Lance, Chairman and chief executive officer
Our Approach to Human Capital Management (pages 6-7)
In the report, you'll find workforce metrics, actions we are taking to create a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace, highlights of our response to the unprecedented events in 2020, and stories of the people who make us Who We Are.
I want people to see and feel diversity, equity and inclusion, not just hear about it. I want people to walk into our places of work and know DE&I lives here.
Ellen DeSanctiS, senior vice president, Coporate Relations
Advocacy and Giving Back: Meeting Our Commitments to All Stakeholders (page 62)
This HCM report primarily represents a snapshot in time as of year-end 2020, but we plan to follow up with an update in the first half of 2022 that will reflect our progress through year-end 2021. Importantly, we know the work of strengthening and sustaining a compelling culture is never done. It takes a consistent and long-term commitment on everyone's part.
Our success depends upon our people. We strive to foster an inclusive work environment, rooted in our SPIRIT Values and accountability to each other. These elements make up Who We Are. They set the foundation for our culture, drive our performance and help us create a workplace where our people can grow professionally and personally.
heather sirdashney, vice president, Human Resources and real estate and facilities services
Measuring Our Progress (page 69)