Launched last year in the U.S. and Canada, voluntary Self-Identification is a way for team members to confidentially share with Toyota various aspects of their identities, such as race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and military service.
This information helps Toyota celebrate the diversity of our team, better understand our progress towards inclusion and identify opportunities for continuous improvement. Toyota continues to prioritize and promote voluntary Self-Identification. Within the next two years, we aim to double participation across Toyota to ensure we’re building a workplace where everyone can thrive.
Toyota affirms the rights of transgender and nonbinary team members to fully and publicly express their gender identity. We recently released new guidelines on the supports available to team members who are transitioning their gender identity or expression, as well as team members with dependents who are transitioning.