Who We Are

We are a global community of more than 14,000 engineers, scientists, technologists, and business experts who challenge the status quo every day to enable groundbreaking technologies.

We value unique perspectives that push us outside of our comfort zones and help us see all sides of a problem. Together, we deliver state-of-the-art design and validation solutions to over 32,000 customers in more than 100 countries.

What We Believe

“Diversity and inclusion are foundational elements of Keysight’s strategy and culture. We believe they are key to building an environment where innovation and collaboration can thrive to enable meaningful outcomes for customers. Equally important, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and respectful workplace where all employees feel a sense of belonging and actively contribute to our collective success. It will take all of us working together to continue to make Keysight a great place to work for every employee.”

Satish Dhanasekaran

President and Chief Executive Officer

Vision & Strategy

Our diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) vision is to become a workplace where every employee is heard, belongs, and innovates; to truly attain our mission of accelerating innovation to connect and secure the world. 

As an engineering company, it is in our DNA to take on ambitious projects and not shy away from the hard work ahead. We are committed to working together to foster an inclusive environment where all our employees feel they belong, are represented, and can contribute equally to our mission. We call this engineering equality – to strive for equality in opportunities, contributions, and rewards.

Learn about our DEI focus areas:

Advancing STEM

We’re all born with an innate curiosity. DEI outreach is the key to unlocking the passion and potential of those who might traditionally be left behind. We partner with educational STEM programs aimed at underrepresented communities, girls, and women. 

Assembling a Diverse Team

Diverse teams are a catalyst for inclusive innovation. We are increasing the diversity of our workforce through inclusive recruitment, attractive benefits, fair pay, and professional development.

Fostering Inclusion for Everyone

When people feel they belong, they do their best work. We are creating opportunities for employees to share feedback, contribute ideas, connect with each other, and foster a culture of inclusion.

Creating a Place to Thrive

We are committed to creating a workplace where everyone is heard and has equal access to learning and advancement opportunities so that they may thrive at every stage of their careers.

By The Numbers

1:1
Keysight worldwide gender pay parity ratio is nearly 1:1 (1:0.97 in 2021)

95%
of surveyed Keysight US employees say they are treated fairly regardless of their sexual orientation or race

89%
of Keysight employees feel their opinion is valued and respected by their team

5
years in a row Keysight has been independently certified as a Great Place to Work©

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Year in Review

As part of our focus on DEI and commitment to accountability, we publish an annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion report to share the work we are doing to enable every employee to thrive and Keysight to succeed.

We are encouraged by the progress we have made and energized for the work ahead. 

Keysight's MyVoice Survey Program

EMPLOYEE NETWORK GROUPS AT KEYSIGHT

Keysight’s employee network groups support professional development, foster networking, and build community. Each group is sponsored by members of Keysight’s executive team. Our diversity-focused groups and include:

Women’s Leadership Development

NextGen – “For the next generation and by the next generation”

ENUM – Employee Network for Underrepresented Minorities

KDA – Keysight Diversity Allies

LGBTQA+ – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, and Allies + (LGBTQA+)

Spectrum Spain – Foster diversity, inclusion, and sustainability

Future Goals

Our commitment to engineering equality is steadfast. While we’ve made progress, we recognize there is more work to do.

In FY22 we have set goals to:

1:1 

Working towards pay parity (FY21 was .97:1)

>35% 

Global new hires identifying as women to improve gender parity (FY21 was 34%)

>47%
New hires in the U.S. identifying as underrepresented minorities to expand underrepresented community representation (FY21 was 46%)