Employees: 52,450

Headquarters: Rocky Hill, CT


Industry: Consumer Product Goods & Chemical Manufacturing


Our purpose “Pioneers at heart for the good of generations” unites what we stand for, how we work, and forms the basis of our strategy. 

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Operating worldwide in the Consumer Product Goods and Chemical Manufacturing industries, Henkel is the company behind leading brands such as Loctite® adhesives®, Dial®, Schwarzkopf® hair care, all® laundry detergent and Snuggle® fabric softeners.  


Why Us: 


At Henkel, you can craft your career. Henkel’s extensive global footprint, paired with the diversity of our brand portfolio, provides you with countless opportunities to explore different countries, industries, and specializations, all while growing within our vibrant and inclusive culture. Our Smart Work philosophy is our approach to the future-oriented way of mobile working. We want everyone to have the chance to explore their passions and develop their individualized career path while a part of Henkel. 


At Henkel, we play as a team. When you join Henkel, you become part of a global team of 52,000 experts – where diversity is embraced, growth is inspired, and people dare and care. The diversity of our employees, their backgrounds, experiences, talents, knowledge, creativity, and the appreciation of all their individual differences are the foundation of our company and the way we do business. We are integrating equity in every stage of employee life cycle from recruitment to development. Advancing Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) requires creating a culture that values and elevates different viewpoints and perspectives. Employee Resource Groups, or ERGs, are one of the most engaging and important ways Henkel does this and is proud to have more than 12 different ERGs representing Asian Americans, Black/African Americans, Hispanic/Latin X, LGBTQ+, military/veterans, women and more. 


At Henkel, we offer more than just jobs. Finding more than just a job at Henkel means you will make an impact on people’s lives. We are a global team of 50,000 colleagues striving to enrich and improve life every day through our products, services and solutions. At Henkel, Corporate Citizenship is our way of “Making Society Future-fit”: we empower people through education that provides them with the skills and competencies that lead to innovative ideas, sustainable behavior, and new digital solutions. Henkel employees volunteer their time and talent to support causes that range from education and skills training to fighting food insecurity, serving health and housing needs, to protecting our planet, and to championing equity and inclusion. Through the Make an Impact on Tomorrow (MIT) initiative, Henkel funds the volunteer efforts of employees and retirees. In 2022, our volunteers helped impact more than 110,000 beneficiaries and supported organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics and Math Corp. 


At Henkel, you can be a game changer. Being a game changer means taking on responsibility right from the start, driving transformation and brining fresh ideas to life. With over 9,000 learning and upskilling initiatives, Henkel employees receive training and development opportunities that are tailored to their needs. We want you to be as future-ready as our products and technologies.  



"I believe diversity, equity, and inclusion are of the utmost importance for any company and I really appreciate the steps that Henkel has taken to prioritize DEI initiatives and support ERGs."

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Mai Crone

Senior Shopper Marketing Manager

As a Board Member of the Henkel Black Alliance ERG, and a member of PRIDE and the Asian American Professional Association, it’s been a privilege to have the opportunity to show my support as an ally. 

"Henkel is a company that highly values the diverse talents, encourages their employees to be their authentic self at work, promotes a respectful environment and holds a very strong work ethic." 

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Carmen Brito

IT Business Partner

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is an important part of Henkel's culture and efforts towards DEI initiatives are in the top priority agenda, seeing the outcomes of actions towards DEI makes me proud to be part of Henkel.

"Diversity in all dimensions along with an inclusive culture is a strategic imperative for us to win the next 150 years."

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George Thomas

Sr. VP, Regional SBU Head

We are a company that fosters a highly collaborative, diverse, and inclusive work environment.  We challenge our people and provide them with ample career development opportunities.  We are an innovation-driven business with a high focus on sustainability, living our purpose to be Pioneers at heart for the good of generations.

"There is a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion starting at the top and flowing down through to the grassroots efforts of the many Employee Resource Groups."

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Melissa Hart

Vice President, Henkel Pride Adhesives

You can't truly quantify how valuable diversity is for Henkel. Without it we wouldn't be Henkel.  Diversity is the backbone of the company's Values. It enables us to be innovative, understand our customer, embrace our Family Business mentality, and more. 

"We are empowering employees to be themselves and recognize their contribution to the organization."

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Brandon Kros

Plant Maintenance Manager/Military ERG President

We strive to grow and foster a unique and diverse sub-culture within Henkel that promotes an existing brotherhood and sisterhood founded in the military and develops a similar camaraderie within our organization.

"When we change the narrative of what equity looks like, we can change the playing field and give everyone a fair fighting chance to work towards their career goals."

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Trent Keel

Talent Acquisition Business Partner

Diversity is valuable to me in more ways than just a few. It is important to me that every individual regardless of individual differences in race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, and cognitive ability are granted access and a seat at the table. Often times companies shy away from being uncomfortable so they lean into hiring who and what feels familiar and that can be problematic.