Social Responsibility

At Interface, we seek to live our values every day. Our values represent who we are, how we see the world, how we treat each other – including our external customers and stakeholders – and how we approach our work. With our values as our foundation, we create a supportive, positive, and inclusive workplace culture, and it’s our intention that these values extend beyond our company walls to the communities where we live and work.

We continue our commitment to conduct business ethically and responsibly and do our part to advance human rights, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

“A huge priority and ongoing commitment for us is to make Interface a great place to work for all employees. There’s never been a better time to be a part of our team, especially as we rally around our mission to be the most sustainable company in the world. We truly care about creating a culture of engaged and satisfied employees who can bring their whole selves to our company. We are passionate about providing meaningful career and development opportunities and creating an inclusive workplace where every employee can thrive.” - Greg Minano, Chief Human Resources Officer

Greg Minano

Human Rights

Interface supports fundamental human rights for all people and is committed to complying with employment laws in every country in which it operates. We are firmly opposed to the use of child labor, slave labor, or human trafficking. Interface has adopted a Commitment to Human Rights, a comprehensive Code of Conduct that covers all employees and directors, as well as a Supplier Code of Conduct.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI)

When we embrace the diversity of our community and commit to an equitable, inclusive culture, we live our Interface values.

We are engaging and collaborative, seeking input from our employees to ensure we hear marginalized voices and implement solutions that reflect a broad set of perspectives. We are curious, inventive, and genuinely caring, and we use data and research to help drive our people-oriented strategy and decisions.

Through sharing, teaching, and leading, we energize others to help us all make meaningful progress – internally at Interface and with our customers, suppliers, and partners. We want all employees and stakeholders to feel they belong with Interface and have the opportunity to thrive.

Interface is an equal opportunity employer. It is our responsibility to create an environment that embraces diversity, is free from discrimination and harassment, and is grounded in respect. We focus on achieving equality through our hiring practices, providing relevant employee training programs, and actively promoting awareness and dialogue to support our people.

In 2022, we completed the launch of a global human capital management system, which provides us access to data regarding the demographic profile of our workforce, available based on local privacy regulations. By leveraging this data, we can publish a global benchmark, track trends, and identify gaps and opportunities.

In the United States, Interface files an EEO-1 report annually in accordance with federal regulation, providing employment data categorized by race/ethnicity, gender, and job category.

Learn more about our commitment to DEI in our 2022 Impact Report.

Find detailed social metrics, including a breakdown of our gender and minority representation here:


The health and safety of our employees is a key priority at Interface. We’ve implemented proactive programs that empower our employees to identify potential hazards, minimize risk and help us to ensure we maintain safe and healthy working conditions.

The health and safety management systems at all our flooring manufacturing operations in Europe, Australia, and China are certified to ISO 45001, the global standard for occupational health and safety.