Inclusion Inc. Disability Equality Index has named GSK a ‘Best Place to Work’ for its disability inclusion policies and practices in the United States


GSK is a Best Place to Work for disability inclusive work culture

GSK is a Best Place to Work for disability inclusive work culture

 July 28, 2020

GSK is named a ‘Best Place to Work’ for its disability inclusion policies and practices in the United States by Inclusion Inc.'s Disability Equality Index (DEI).

A commitment to being disability confident

The Disability Equality Index is a benchmarking tool against: culture and leadership; enterprise-wide access; employment practices; community engagement and supplier diversity.

"Globally, over one billion people represent the disability population. Disability is a natural part of the human experience and we cross lines of age, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, race, sexual orientation etc. GSK’s commitment to be disability confident plays an important role in how we represent our employee population and create an inclusive culture," states GSK

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Ensuring all employees feel valued

GSK's Disability Confidence Network (DCN) is a trusted resource for disability inclusion across GSK. 

The Employee Resource Group’s partnership with the businesses is valued and strategic to GSK becoming a disability confident employer of choice.

DCN partners with businesses to ensure all employees feel valued and are able to reach their potential through inclusion, awareness, education, access to workplace adaptations and advocacy. 


Work for a company officially recognized for its inclusion efforts

GSK wants all employees to feel they can be themselves and bring their own unique perspectives, styles and experience to the business. 

If you want to work for a company that values diversity, search and apply for a job with GSK today.

 

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