November 18, 2015
Nicole MeyersStaff Writer
Best Buy has received a perfect “100” rating and earned a place on the “Best Places to Work” list on The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s annual Corporate Equality Index.
It’s a recognition the company has now received 11 times.
The index provides in-depth analysis and ratings of large U.S. companies, taking into account the employers’ policies and practices put in place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.
Best Buy has several teams that contribute to attracting employees and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce, including the PRIDE Employee Business Network (EBN), the Diversity & Inclusion Team and Human Resources.
“I am fortunate that Best Buy is a workplace that I feel empowered to bring my whole self to work and use my unique talents, experiences, beliefs and background to create incredible experiences for our employees and customers,” said Kendra Curry, a Human Resources manager and leader of PRIDE.
To learn more about HRC’s Corporate Quality Index for 2016, click here.