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In 2020, there are multiple companies, big and small, that champion LGBTQ equality hiring – and these places are hiring now! In this article, we have made available for you all the top LGBTQ equality hiring companies.

Hyatt
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Earned 100 on CEI and is publically committed to diversity and inclusion for all by promoting individuality and protecting employees against discrimination. The company also offers LGBTQ benefits such as equivalent spousal and partner benefits and transgender-inclusive health insurance coverage.

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15 TOP LGBTQ EQUALITY HIRING COMPANY JOBS IN 2020

Hyatt is committed 100% to the LGBT community, and we are not shy to show this in everything we represent from our employees, customers and the global community,” says their site.

“Hyatt was also the first major hotel company to offer domestic partner benefits over two decades ago, and has included sexual orientation in our Equal Employment Opportunity policy since 2000, as well as gender identity since 2002.”

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AT&T
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Supports organizations and projects that strengthen the LGBTQ community, consistently ranks on the HRC “Best Places to Work” and established the oldest LGBT Employee Resource Group in the nation.

Also was one of the first domestic partner benefits program adopters as well as one of the first U.S. corporations to offer Transgender-inclusive health care benefits.

15 TOP LGBTQ EQUALITY HIRING COMPANY JOBS IN 2020

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Johnson & Johnson
How they support LGBTQ Equality: The company supports equal rights in its communities and continues to advocate for equality in the courts. The company supported the passage of the ENDA and is partnered with PFLAG on education and advocacy for the LGBT community.

Their mission is “Make diversity and inclusion how we work every day.”

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Slack
How they support LGBTQ Equality: According to their 2019 diversity report, 7.8% of their U.S. workforce identify as LGBTQ and 7.8% of their U.S. managers identify as LGBTQ. The company is committed to increasing representation of underrepresented minorities in the tech industry.
They offer an Employee Resource Group for LGBTQ individuals. Furthermore, Slack has “enabled employees to identify whether they are transgender or gender-nonconforming. Transgender and gender-nonconforming employees account for 0.7% of individuals at Slack.

In our data on gender at Slack, transgender women are included in our reporting on women, and account for 0.2% of women at Slack.”

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HP Inc.
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Operates with a Human Rights and Labor Policy to commit to fair treatment and HP Inc. was the first company to start an Employee Resource Group for LGBTQ employees.

“HP Inc. innovation springs from a team of individuals, each collaborating and contributing their own perspectives, knowledge, and experience to advance the way the world works and lives. From our earliest days, we’ve recognized that capturing and drawing from diverse points of view improves our products and services — and our company as a whole.”

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Target
How they support LGBTQ Equality: The company recognizes Inclusivity as a core belief and has partnered with organizations such as National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network to support legal briefs and on other projects.

The company published a Pride manifesto to showcase its year-round commitment to creating an inclusive culture. The company signed the Equality Act and is a platinum partner with HRC.

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Apple
How they support LGBTQ Equality: The company is constantly working to hire more diverse workers with half their new hires being from underrepresented groups. The company has been rated by HRC as a “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality” for +15 consecutive years.

The company uses their voice to advocate for LGBTQ rights and freedom around the world and has partnered with major organizations on projects, such as GLSEN, PFLAG, The Trevor Project, and ILGA.

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IKEA Group
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Developed fully inclusive work environments and known for having more than half its workforce made of minorities and 47% of its employees are women. Each company location has its own diversity and inclusion ambassador.

Last May, IKEA Group celebrated IDAHOT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia And Transphobia) to stand up for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. In 2018, IKEA’s focus is on transgender inclusion.

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Microsoft
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Consistently earns a perfect rating with HRC’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI) and constantly advocates for marginalized groups. “GLEAM is the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) employee resource group at Microsoft.

GLEAM members interact through programs such as: Ignite talks, lunches, cross-corporate LGBT+ networking, sporting events, cultural activities, discussions with community leaders about gender and sexuality, volunteering, and fundraising for local LGBT+ organizations.” In fact, in 1993, Microsoft was one of the first companies in the world to offer employee benefits to same-sex domestic partners.

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PayPal
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Refused to expand following the North Carolina passage of House Bill2 and consistently promotes and advocates for equality rights and inclusion.

“PayPal’s LGBTQ network, PayPal Pride, celebrates and furthers our commitment to inclusion and diversity and support for our LGBTQ employees and allies. We host 16 chapters across six countries.

In 2017, for the sixth consecutive year, PayPal earned a perfect rating of 100 percent from the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index, making it one of HRC’s “Best Places to Work” for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.”

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Simmons & Simmons LLP
How they support LGBTQ Equality: “The Simmons & Simmons lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) network was set up in 2006.

The network is open to all Simmons & Simmons partners and employees and has the overarching aim of providing support to members of the LGBT community and providing the firm with practical assistance in addressing LGBT issues,” says their site.

“LGBT network members play active roles in the InterLaw Diversity Forum for LGBT networks, an inter-organizational forum for the LGBT networks in law firms and all personnel (lawyers and non-lawyers) in the legal sector, including in-house counsel.”

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Coca-Cola
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Partnered with the Human Rights Campaign and has a perfect score with CEI. Was among the first to support the new U.N. standards for LGBTI rights.

“With an active LGBTQA Business Resource Group (BRG) in operation for almost 15 years, Coca-Cola has been on the forefront of ensuring equality for its LGBTQ associates.

In 2011, the company began offering transgender-inclusive health insurance coverage and in 2015 it began assisting with the costs of taxes imposed on eligible U.S. employees whose same-sex spouse or partner was enrolled in health benefits and who lived in states that did not recognize same-sex marriage.”

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Gap Inc.
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Active support of LGBT rights and partners with organizations such as GLAAD for campaigns. “As a company with a nearly 50-year history of promoting equality for all, Gap Inc. kicked off Pride Month with opportunities for employees and customers to celebrate through Pride parades, colorful window displays and special product from the brands.”

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Accenture
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Community involvement with co-workers, employee-support groups, promoting local advocacy. Their motto is “Be your authentic self.”

They offer professional development, inclusive policies, recruitment and retention guidelines, equal benefits as well as a global Ally program with more than 24,000 members. Follow #PrideAtAccenture on social to check out their work.

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HP Inc.
How they support LGBTQ Equality: Operates with a Human Rights and Labor Policy to commit to fair treatment and HP Inc. was the first company to start an Employee Resource Group for LGBTQ employees.

“HP Inc. innovation springs from a team of individuals, each collaborating and contributing their own perspectives, knowledge, and experience to advance the way the world works and lives. From our earliest days, we’ve recognized that capturing and drawing from diverse points of view improves our products and services — and our company as a whole.”

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