Stonewall Top 100 employers 2013: the Workplace Equality Index

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Van Vliet, Alex; Lloyd, Dean
Date of publication
1 January 2013
Minority Groups, Employment
Social welfare
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This report showcases the businesses, charities and public bodies doing the most to tackle discrimination and promote healthy and supportive workplaces for their gay staff in 2013. Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers is the definitive list of Britain’s gay-friendly employers, compiled from submissions to the annual Workplace Equality Index. The Index is a free tool for employers to measure their efforts in creating inclusive workplaces for LGB employees. It assesses employers’ activities in a comprehensive survey of policy and practice – from promoting the visibility of senior LGB role models to guaranteeing access to benefits for same-sex partners and training employees on discrimination issues.

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