Mattel, Inc.
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The Culture at Mattel

We are a purpose driven company aiming to empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We live up to our purpose employing the following behaviors:

We collaborate: Being a part of Mattel means being part of one team with shared values and common goals. Every person counts and working closely together always brings better results. Partnership is our process and our collective capabilities is our superpower.

We innovate: At Mattel we always aim to find new and better ways to create innovative products and experiences. No matter where you work in the organization, you can always make a difference and have real impact. We welcome new ideas and value new initiatives that challenge conventional thinking.

We execute: We are a performance driven company. We strive for excellence and are focused on pursuing best in class outcomes. We believe in accountability and ownership and know that our people are at their best when they are empowered to create and deliver results.

Who We Are

Employees often say the best part of working at Mattel is the people. Everyone’s passionate, smart, and driven, constantly encouraging each other to be better versions of themselves.

We are at our best when every member of our team feels respected, included and heard and when everyone can show up as themselves and do their best work every day. We know that much of our success is grounded in being a richly diverse company, extending far beyond the common diversity perceptions of gender and race and into social backgrounds, religions, age, disabilities, personalities, sexual orientation, veteran status and life experiences. We value and share an infinite range of ideas and voices that broaden our perspectives with a reach that extends into all our brands, partners and suppliers.

Our Employee Resource Groups

An integral component toward fostering an inclusive culture at Mattel are our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), created and led by employees to bring together members and allies of underrepresented identities across the company. Our ERGs organize company-wide learning opportunities, cultural celebrations and community outreach, elevate important conversations and collect critical feedback. All employees are welcome and encouraged to join, participate or become leaders within ERGs.

Our ERGs:
- Mattel Asian Diversity Exchange (MADE)
- Latinos EN Mattel
- Mattel African American Forum (MAAF)
- Sustainability for Employee Engagement & Development (SEEDs)
- Our Proud Employee Network (OPEN)
- PARENTS
- Mattel Playmakers
- Women of Mattel (WoM)

Learn more here: https://corporate.mattel.com/en-us/citizenship/diversity-and-inclusion

Mattel Interns

We offer exceptional learning and career development opportunities for students in a dynamic, creative and supportive environment. Our interns’ fresh ideas and perspectives help Mattel deliver on goals and growth objectives while we build a talent pipeline of future leaders.

Our internship program is driven by a single focus: to find our future leaders. We encourage interns to push boundaries because we want to see how far you might take us some day. We provide you with phenomenal managers, mentors and buddies to help you accomplish more than you would have thought possible. And we team you up with other interns because every great thing that comes out of Mattel is done as a team.

For more information, please contact internships@mattel.com

Play Fair Commitment

Our commitment to fighting systemic racism will be ongoing. Each of our brands has an important role to play in this and will be outlining actions to support this critical endeavor.

Barbie is the first brand to announce a Play Fair commitment, which includes increasing Black representation across products and content, spotlighting more Black role models and dedicating resources to further support Black girls. In addition, we are donating $250,000 to NAACP youth programs. Looking forward, we will donate proceeds from future product sales and initiatives of at least $250,000 to fund educational programs focused on supporting Black girls.

Our COVID-19 Response

Mattel has taken a proactive approach in the fight against COVID-19. We support healthcare heroes on the front lines by producing face shields and cloth face masks for medical professions in the U.S. and around the world.

Additionally, we have provided toy donations to non-profit partners including Baby2Baby, Feed the Children, LA Family Housing, LA Students Most in Need (through the Los Angeles Unified School District), Partners for Pediatric Vision, Save the Children and UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital, among others, as well as monetary grants to Feed the Children and Save the Children. We have also set up programs with the Red Cross and Save the Children and are matching employee donations to both organizations.

Interested in learning more about how Mattel is actively contributing to the fight against COVID-19? Click here: https://corporate.mattel.com/en-us/citizenship/health-and-well-being

The Power of Play

We know play is one of the most powerful ways we can affect meaningful change in kids’ lives. Whether it's on the playground, at home or at one of our many volunteer events, Mattel is committed to ensuring all children have the opportunity to play.

In 2019, we hosted our second annual Global Day of Play. Mattel offices around the world came together, in partnership with local charities and global partners, to make a positive impact on local communities. Over 1,000 employees in 34 countries partnered with organizations serving children to bring Mattel play experiences to those who need it most.

About Mattel, Inc.

Mattel is a leading global children's entertainment company that specializes in design and production of quality toys and consumer products. We create innovative products and experiences that inspire, entertain and develop children through play. We engage consumers through our portfolio of iconic franchises, including Barbie®, Hot Wheels®, American – more... 

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Headquarters
333 Continental Blvd.
El Segundo CA, United States 90245
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
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