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Workforce Performance

The workforce data we report annually to our external stakeholders reveal a diverse, engaged employee base with a turnover rate well below the industry average. These metrics, combined with employee survey data, help us determine how we can improve in specific areas throughout our enterprise.

Information for this report is gathered at the end of the fiscal year, and certain data points below reflect a snapshot of the employee base at that time. Employee headcount differs slightly from that reported in NVIDIA's 10-K, and intern headcount is lower due to fewer interns on board at the end of our fiscal year.

Metric
FY 2014 (end)
Employees
8,808
 
 
Offices
54
 
 
Countries
24
 
 
Employee Type by Region
Count of all EE Types
Region
Exempt
Non-Exempt
Contractors
Interns
 
 
N. America/S. America
4251
221
1319
53
 
 
APAC
1747
71
64
40
 
 
India
1440
229
7
88
 
 
EMEA
806
35
8
8
 
 
Total Count
8244
556
1398
189
 
 

Employee By Region
 
Employee Type by Level
Executive
Management
Individual Contributors
Total
 
26 (.3%)
1,618 (18.4%)
7,164 (81.3%)
8,808
 
 

Employee Type by Level

Promotions

We promoted in FY14 approximately 14.45 percent of our workforce. Of the 1,273 promotions, 33 (2.6 percent) were at the level of director or above, 1,077 (85 percent) were from minority classes, and 165 (13 percent) were women.

Diversity

We are committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants as stated in our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy and Code of Conduct.

The level of diversity at NVIDIA reflects the technology and engineering industries as a whole. Roughly 71 percent of NVIDIA employees are engineers, a field that is historically male-dominated. We seek to address gender imbalances in the technology and engineering fields through programs aimed at increasing the number of women and minorities in engineering.


Diversity

*Self-disclosure of ethnicity is not typical in some countries where we operate. Ethnicity data is from NVIDIA's US EEO report. Gender and Age data are global.

Employee Gender Data
Permanent Employment Type and Gender
Employment Type
Male
Female
Total
Full Time
7370   99.68%
1404   99.29%
8774   99.61%
 
 
Part Time
24      0.32%
10      0.71%
34      0.39%
 
 
Grand Total
7394   100%
1414   100%
8808   100%
 
 

Workforce (Permanent/Contract) Count by Region and Gender
Employment Type
Male
Female
Total
N. America/S. America
5104   57.6%
748   48.76%
5852   56.3%
 
 
APAC
1440   16.25%
482   31.42%
1922   18.49%
 
 
Europe
762    8.60%
95     6.19%
857     8.24%
 
 
India
1555   17.55%
209   13.62%
1764   16.97%
 
 
Grand Total
8861   100%
1534   100%
10395   100%
 
 
New Hire Data
New Hires by Age Group
 
20-30
724
49.39%
 
 
31-50
634
43.25%
 
 
51+
108
7.37%
 
 
Grand Total
1466
100%
 
 
New Hires by Gender
 
Female
258
17.60%
 
 
Male
1208
82.40%
 
 
Grand Total
1466
100%
 
 
New Hires by Region
 
N. America/S. America
712
48.6%
 
 
APAC
271
18.49%
 
 
India
312
21.28%
 
 
Europe
171
11.66%
 
 
Total
1466
100%
 
 
 
Turnover

In this extremely competitive climate, NVIDIA's turnover continues to remain at 8.4 percent, well below the industry average of 16.6 percent. Our voluntary turnover rate is 7.6 percent, compared with the technology industry average of 9.6 percent.

Turnover by Region
 
India
2.2%
183
 
 
APAC
1.3%
124
 
 
EMEA
0.8%
58
 
 
U.S.
4.1%
336
 
 
Total
8.4%
701
 
 
Turnover by Gender
 
Male
7.1%
595
 
 
Female
1.3%
106
 
 
Total
8.4%
701
 
 
Turnover by Age
 
20-30 Years
3.1%
269
 
 
31-50 Years
4.6%
387
 
 
51+ Years
0.6%
45
 
 
Total
8.4%
701