10 Companies That Stand for LGBT Equality
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As marriage equality legislation makes its way through courtrooms across the country, it’s clear that equality will soon be the norm rather than the exception. While some companies still hang on walls of shame across the blogosphere for their persistent opposition to LGBT equality, an ever-growing list of forward-thinking firms are turning up the volume in their support for diversity.
5. Caesars Entertainment
Earlier this year, Caesars Entertainment celebrated New Jersey’s legalization of gay marriage by offering one lucky couple an extravagant $50,000 wedding package at one of the company’s Caesars, Harrah’s, Bally’s and Showboat resorts and casinos in Atlantic City. The company has also maintained a perfect 100 in HRC’s Corporate Equality Index for seven years in a row and is named as one of the organization’s “Best Places to Work.”