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The categories included discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender equality, offering equivalent spousal and partner medical benefits, transgender-inclusive health coverage, presence of employee resource groups or firm-wide diversity councils, and positive engagement with the external LGBTQ community.
“In 2016, the company worked in multiple states, publically and behind the scenes, to stand up for communities in which we do business,” Davis said, citing
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