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Cleco is committed to building a diverse work force and creating an inclusive work environment.

For Cleco, diversity is the representation of many different types of employees. When people think of diversity, they often think of demographics like race or gender. However, diversity is much more than that. Diversity includes characteristics such as ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, experiences, education, values, backgrounds, ideas and knowledge from various groups in our workplace.

To us, inclusion means valuing, understanding, respecting and allowing these diverse voices to contribute a perspective not yet considered. When you proactively pursue both diversity and inclusion, the outcome will almost always lead to new discoveries, more creativity and solutions to problems that benefit everyone.


D&I Goals

 

Diversified Workforce

Utilize inclusive hiring and development practices
to attract and retain a diverse workforce.

Embrace Diversity

Value differences and
embrace diverse perspectives.

 

Employees Welcome

Create an inclusive environment where every 
employee feels welcomed and respected.

Diverse Suppliers

          Broaden our diverse networking partnerships 
in the communities we serve.


Cleco Makes Commitment to Advance Inclusion and Diversity

Cleco joins over 900 companies committed to advancing inclusion and diversity in the workplace. By signing this commitment, Cleco pledges to take action to cultivate a workplace where diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and respected, where employees feel comfortable and encouraged to discuss diversity and inclusion.

Multicultural Celebrations

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MLK Jr. Day of Service

Cleco employees hosted a food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Central Louisiana. Employees donated nearly 500 pounds of nonperishable food.
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The Gathering

Cleco sponsored "The Gathering: Art by Rebecca Henry" in honor of Black History Month at the Opelousas Museum and Interpretive Center.