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A joule is a unit of exerted energy, which is why we consider all of our employees Jabil Joules – full of energy and the driving force that can make a difference at Jabil, and for our families, our communities and ourselves.

Launched in 2013, our Jabil Joules program serves as a platform to create an open dialogue around diversity and inclusion through global educational forums, mentorships and community involvement activities. The program’s events serve all employees, male and female and for those just starting their career to senior leaders.

As a company with operations across many regions and countries, our employees collaborate with each other and our customers around the world. All employees are encouraged to speak up and be heard, while being true to themselves. We value and embrace the differences that make us who we are as individuals and global citizens.

The Joules program is worldwide, with sites spearheading local activities in the Americas, Asia and across Europe with the goal of increasing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Our Joules around the world are positively influencing the next generation of the manufacturing and STEM workforce. Their inspiring stories and experiences have a lasting impact at Jabil and in the community.

The Jabil Joules blog below showcases our employees and their unique journeys, features Jabil leadership’s thoughts around the business benefits of diversity and inclusion, and shares Joules events from sites around the world.


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  • Creating Symphony within Jabil

    There's an analogy that uses the word symphony, which is an extended musical composition and often a classical music performance composed of diverse instruments, to illustrate how workers need to be holistic in their approach and contribute to the greater goal. And here’s how that interesting idea relates to creating a successful career a Jabil...

  • Success Through Collaboration

    Collaborating creates a platform for a team to work together toward common goals and to achieve objectives that can benefit an entire company. It provides a brainstorming opportunity to uncover diverse perspectives. And, it creates a unique chance to draw on special skillsets from colleagues across functions. But how can you be more collaborative?

  • Crossing a Career Bottleneck

    Crossing the job bottleneck, or moving past a stage of your career where progress is impeded, is no easy task.

  • Changing Faces: A Historical Cultural Tradition and a Current Mentality

    “Changing Faces” demonstrates how a 300-year old Chinese art form illustrates and brings to life professional development at Jabil.

  • Teamwork is Everything

    For 26 years I served in the United States Air Force, where my primary job was piloting the MC-130 Combat Talon in Air Force Special Operations Command and flying critical missions around the globe. At times it was risky and dangerous, but I relied on one specific thing each time to achieve the mission: my team.

  • Diverse Perspectives on the Benefits of Paying It Forward

    In a mentorship program, there isn't just one person benefiting from the guidance and support. Whether you're the mentee, mentor, team or entire site, there are business benefits to mentoring. Read how different key players in one program at Jabil benefit from mentoring.

  • Let Your Diversity Guide You

    In a word, diversity and inclusion means “open-mindedness” – this is both for internally self-reflecting and externally empowering teams.

  • Mentoring Helps You and the Business

    A mentoring partnership works when two factors are in place: good leadership demonstrated by the mentor and the capacity to learn by the mentee. And for those who are ready for that commitment, it’s without a doubt, worth every minute.

  • Are You Ready for the Future of Work?

    Not a single day goes by that we don’t hear the word “change” or “disruption” mentioned in the news, conference rooms or water-cooler conversations. So, then, what skills do we build today for the challenges of tomorrow? There are at least three key things to diversify and prepare us for the future.