Awards and Recognition

    Best Place to Work in IT MasterCard was named one of the top workplaces for information technology (IT) professionals on Computerworld’s annual “Best Places to Work in IT” list.

    MasterCard Worldwide has been recognized by a number of publications and organizations for our diversity and work-life initiatives and innovative Human Resources Programs.

    Leadership Excellence -- 2009-2010

    MasterCard has been recognized for its excellence in leadership development by Leadership Excellence magazine. The magazine ranks companies with the best leadership development programs and practices. MasterCard is among the top 25 companies

    Human Rights Campaign Recognizes MasterCard – 2010

    Human Rights Campaign has recognized MasterCard as one of the Best Places to Work in 2010 for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality.

    Working Mother 100 Best – 2009

    Working Mother magazine has named MasterCard to its 2008 "100 Best Companies" list for the 2nd year in a row. This acknowledgment is significant, as it recognizes our company's strong compensation and benefits programs, as well as initiatives that support flexibility in the workplace.

    DiversityInc Top 50 Companies - 2009

    DiversityInc. has recognized MasterCard as one of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity in 2009 and Top 10 Companies for Latinos.

    National CODE Award - 2009

    MasterCard was named as one of the Congress of Diversity Executives Leadership Award winners. This acknowledgement not only recognizes our executive leadership, but also our innovation, creativity, courage and leadership in addressing diversity and inclusion.

    Fortune - 2009

    Fortune recognized MasterCard as one of America’s 2009 Most Admired Companies.

    Poder - 2009

    Poder magazine has named MasterCard as one of the Top 50 Corporations for Hispanics in 2009.

    Global Finance - 2009

    Global Finance magazine has named MasterCard the Best Corporate Cards and Expense Services Provider for 2009.

    Westchester County's LGBT Advisory Board - 2009

    Westchester County’s LGBT Advisory Board has named MasterCard the 2009 Business of the Year for consistent and ongoing support of the LGBT community not only in its funding and corporate support but also for its employment policies.

    Telcom Pearl Award, Globalization & Diversity - 2008

    MasterCard – Middle East and Levant (MEL) was awarded the prestigious Telcom Award for our ability to develop and nurture a culture of inclusion and diversity through hiring, retaining and developing people from over 20 nationalities within the MEL office in Dubai.

    Financial Times

    Financial Times named MasterCard among the Top 100 Global Brands in 2008.

    Training

    Training magazine has listed MasterCard to its Top 125 list for 2008.

    Best Place to Work in IT

    MasterCard was named one of the top workplaces for information technology (IT) professionals on Computerworld’s annual “Best Places to Work in IT” list. This is the fourth year MasterCard has been on the list of IDG’s flagship magazine.

    ESSENCE

    As part of ESSENCE magazine’s 35th anniversary celebration, MasterCard Worldwide was featured as one of the 35 Great Places to Work for African-American women in “Champion of Diversity: The Path of Corporate Enlightenment.”

    St. Louis Business Journal

    For the second year in a row, MasterCard was selected as one of the winners of the St. Louis Business Journal’s Technology Awards. In addition, MasterCard was selected as one of the winners in the publication’s Annual Best Places to Work competition. This is the second year in a row MasterCard has received this award, as well.

    Frost & Sullivan Leadership Award

    MasterCard Worldwide has been awarded the 2006 Frost & Sullivan Market Penetration Leadership Award in recognition of its success in leading the contactless payment market with its innovative MasterCard® PayPass™ program.



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