In 2018, TD Bank ranked No. 34 on DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity list. In 2019, it moved up to No. 19. TD Bank’s senior vice president of retail product and customer acquisition technology…
DiversityInc’s Chris Powell, and Wells Fargo’s John Lake have a very candid and real discussion on how companies can effectively brand and engage with LGBTQ communities. John shares the path Wells Fargo took to help…
Comcast NBCUniversal Drives LGBTQ Inclusion through Collaboration, Content, and a Focus on My Community
We want all of our employees to feel comfortable being their full and authentic selves at work. When that happens, our teams are more productive, ideas are better, innovation is enhanced and collaboration is stronger. We’ve implemented several initiatives across our company to celebrate our LGBTQ employees and encourage open dialogue.
Alliance, the name of the LGBT ERG, is focused on making TIAA the employer and financial services partner of choice for individuals within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community.
Before a company considers authentically reaching customers, however, it is important to have solid internal policies and practices in place that support and empower LGBT employees.
The Business Case for Diversity: Wyndham Vacation Rentals’ Simon Altham Explains Why Diverse Marketing Makes Dollars and Sense
For Simon Altham, diversity and inclusion is personal. When he joined the company more than 10 years ago, he was the first openly gay employee at Hoseasons by Wyndham Vacation Rentals, a vacation company that is part of Wyndham Worldwide.
Employers take a stand against biased laws to bolster recruitment and retention of top talent, especially among younger employees.