Schneider Electric pledges to further its LGBT+ inclusion efforts in the workplace by participating in Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) Corporate Equality Index


Schneider Electric amplifies efforts via Corporate Equality Index

Schneider Electric amplifies efforts via Corporate Equality Index

Prime employer for women Schneider Electric has promised to continue its LGBT+ inclusion efforts in the workplace by participating in Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s (HRC's) Corporate Equality Index.

Schneider Electric tweeted: "We've pledged to further LGBT+ inclusion in the workplace and foster a company culture where everyone feels free to be their unique self. We are proud to join major American businesses in participating in HRC's Corporate Equality Index."

Part of a benchmarking tool of great importance

HRC's Corporate Equality Index is a benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer employees.

HRC uses the following lists of the largest and most successful U.S. employers as a basis for inviting businesses to participate in the Corporate Equality Index: Fortune magazine's 1,000 largest publicly-traded businesses (the Fortune 1000), and American Lawyer magazine's top 200 revenue grossing law firms (the AmLaw 200).

Additionally, any private sector and for-profit employer with 500 or more full-time U.S. employees that is not owned by a larger U.S.-incorporated entity can request to participate.

Schneider Electric supports the LGBT+ community in the workplace

Participating in the Corporate Equality Index is a natural step for Schneider Electric, as diversity and inclusion are key values at the organization. The company also has its own LGBT+ and Allies network. 

Ashley Schneck is an Inside Strategic Account Manager at Schneider Electric. She says: "Having Schneider Electric make such a commitment to diversity and inclusion has really made me feel valued as an employee who is a part of the LGBTI community. One of the many reasons I love working here is that I feel completely comfortable to be myself at work."

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