Corporation is the world's leading home appliance company with approximately USD 21 billion in annual sales, 65 manufacturing and technology research centres in 2018.
'We are proud and grateful for this recognition of our inclusion and diversity efforts, as we continue in our commitment to create a workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging,' said Camille Cunningham Pierce, senior director of Global Inclusion & Diversity at Whirlpool
recently admitted to MPs that the number of faulty tumble dryers in homes across the country could be far higher than first thought.
has fixed the majority of machines, 500,000 are said to still be at risk.
Earlier this month Whirlpool
admitted to MPs the true number could be up to 800,000.
The Embraco business is currently reported as part of Whirlpool
Corp.'s Latin America segment.
began a drive to modify affected dryers after the problem was discovered in 2015.
'This event is dedicated to all the moms who have chosen Whirlpool
as their partner at home in making their family's lives better and easier.
Richard's IDV75UK machine from Indesit - a brand bought by Whirlpool
in 2014 - was supposedly made safe two years ago.
tumble dryers are still catching fire despite the firm modifying them, a consumer group claims.
Summary: In a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at bridging the widening technology gap in the Middle East region, Whirlpool
Corporation has launched …