PACCAR Parts recognized as a top company for Women to Work for in Transportation

PACCAR Parts recognized as a top company for Women to Work for in Transportation

PACCAR Parts was recognized as a 2022 Top Company for Women to Work for in Transportation by the Women In Trucking Association (WIT). This is the fourth consecutive year PACCAR Parts has received the designation. Companies included on the list were chosen for maintaining a corporate culture that fosters gender diversity as well as providing competitive compensation and benefits, flexible hours and work requirements, and professional development and advancement opportunities.

PACCAR Parts demonstrates its commitment to equitable growth through the company’s Diversity Council, Mentorship Program and involvement in the PACCAR Women’s Association. The mission of the PACCAR Parts Diversity Council is to promote an inclusive culture built on respect, openness and individual value. The PACCAR Women’s Association provides resources through education, networking and mentoring to PACCAR employees and supports their empowerment to achieve both career and personal success.

Women In Trucking is a nonprofit association established to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry.

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