WE Communications: A Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality
In 2022, for the fourth year in a row, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) designated WE Communications a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality in its Corporate Equality Index (CEI). The HRC evaluation looks at how companies support LGBTQ employees at work and in the community. We’re proud to have achieved a 100 out of 100-point score rating, thanks to our agency-wide prioritization of equity, inclusion and justice.
The CEI evaluates how employers ensure greater equity for LGBTQ workers and their families based on four key pillars:
- Non-discrimination policies across business entities
- Equitable benefits for LGBTQ workers and their families
- Internal education and accountability metrics to promote LGBTQ inclusion competency, and
- Public commitment to LGBTQ equality.
LGBTQ employees and WE
Curious to dig deeper into how WE supports LGBTQ employees? Here are a few places to start:
- Out and Loud: Finding Community and Comfort at WE
- I'm at WE Because of Inclusive Benefits. Here's Why.
- Pride 2021: What Chosen Family Means to Me
- How inclusive benefits changed my life — and my family (2021 HRC designation)
- WE Pride: An ERG that Makes a Difference
- Coming Out Day: LGBTQ+ in the Workplace
- LGBTQ Equality in the Workplace: Where Do We Go Next? (2020 HRC designation)
- HRC Designates WE a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality (2019 HRC designation)
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Business Statement on Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation
As a purpose-driven company, WE stands firmly against any legislation aimed at dismantling the rights of LGBTQ people. Our commitment to our people and LGBTQ equality remains unwavering. WE has joined the Human Rights Campaign and more than 100 of America's leading companies in opposition to anti-LGBTQ legislation.
"So far, 204 companies have signed the Business Statement Opposing Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation stating their clear opposition to harmful legislation aimed at restricting the access of LGBTQ people in society." - Human Rights Campaign