Company Culture

Our values – integrity, respect, teamwork, innovation and courage—continue to serve as the catalyst for our profitable growth and high-performance culture. What matters to our success is not just what we do, but how we do it. Engaged employees—who are passionate about what they do – are critical to delivering for our customers, which ultimately creates value for all our stakeholders. This formula is the basis for our winning, high-engagement culture, which drives continuous improvement across the organization.

Built on commitments to safety and investing in employees, our employee engagement score remains at top-tier levels in our industry. Across our enterprise, we strive to create an open reporting culture and sustain a safety-focused, zero injury and incident philosophy that is a top priority for all. Additionally, at all levels of the company, we offer learning solutions that foster collaboration, innovation and achievement. Read more about our approach to occupational health and safety and training and development.

Competitive benefits are an important part of our approach to investing in employees and attracting and retaining the best talent. We offer benefits and programs that support employees in both their professional and personal lives. Health Progress, our well-being program, offers employees and their spouses enrolled in our medical plan the opportunity to participate in a broad variety of wellness activities to earn significant financial rewards. The program includes physical activity, health coaching and fitness reimbursement.

We also offer a comprehensive benefits packages to our full-time employees, including health coverage (medical, dental and vision), life insurance, disability insurance, employee savings program (401K) and employee assistance program (EAP). Additionally, we maintain a parental leave policy, provide adoption assistance and have a tuition assistance reimbursement program. Many of these benefits are also offered to our part-time employees who work between 20-35 hours. For those who work under 20 hours, Ingersoll Rand offers an EAP, retirement benefits and an employee purchase program. Read more about our benefits program.

Parental Leave Data (U.S.)*



Employees who were entitled to parental leave



Employees who took parental leave 



Employees who returned to work



Employees who returned to work and were still employed after 12 months



Return to work rate



Retention rate



* Parental leave benefits vary by location in accordance with local legal requirements. Data in table is for U.S. locations.


Management Approach 

2020 Targets

Retain 95% of key talent, achieve employee engagement rate of 80% and provide accessibility to wellness programs to 75% of our employee base.


Our Benefits strategy and design is governed by the Benefits Design Committee (the “BDC”) under authority delegated by the Board of Directors. The BDC comprises 3 Executive Leadership Team members and is chaired by the Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Communications and Corporate Affairs.


We offer comprehensive benefits packages for full-time employees around the world and track our employee engagement score through our annual employee survey.