Article: Top 100 LGBTQ+ inclusive companies offering flexible work

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Top 100 LGBTQ+ inclusive companies offering flexible work

Here are the best employers when it comes to supporting LGBTQIA+ workers with flexible and remote work. Did your company make the cut?
Top 100 LGBTQ+ inclusive companies offering flexible work

The values of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEI&B) can all be expressed through an employer's support for remote and flexible work.

With Pride Month celebrating and calling for greater support for the LGBTQIA+ community, it's also a great time to "highlight equality in the workplace and the flexible companies that support this community," writes Adrianne Bibby of FlexJobs.

This is clearly seen in employers' advocacy of an inclusive and supportive work environment and "fantastic jobs with excellent work flexibility," Adrianne says.

The FlexJobs team compiled a list of the best employers who not only offer flexible or remote work but who also champion LGBTQIA+ inclusion.

Here are the top 100 LGBTQIA+ inclusive flexible work companies (in alphabetical order). Did your firm make the cut?

1. AIG

2. Airbnb

3. Akamai

4. Amazon

5. American Family Insurance

6. Anthem

7. Aon

8. Assurant

9. AT&T

10. Atlassian

11. Booz Allen Hamilton

12. Boston Scientific

13. Box

14. Bridgewater

15. Capital Group

16. Cardinal Health

17. CarGurus

18. CarMax

19. CBRE

20. CGI

21. Cigna

22. Cimpress

23. Citizens Bank

24. Conduent

25. Corning

26. CrowdStrike

27. Cushman & Wakefield

28. CVS Health

29. Discover Financial Services

30. DoorDash

31. Dropbox

32. E & J Gallo Winery

33. Electronic Arts

34. Emerson

35. Epsilon

36. EY

37. Experian

38. First American

39. Google

40. Grainger

41. Guidehouse

42. The Hartford

43. Hershey Company

44. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

45. Humana

46. IGT

47. Impossible Foods

48. Instacart

49. Intuit

50. Iron Mountain

51. Kelly

52. Liberty Mutual

53. Lincoln Financial Group

54. Lowe's

55. Lumen Technologies

56. Lyft

57. McKesson Corporation

58. Meijer

59. MetLife

60. Michael Page

61. New York Life

62. NTT Data

63. Pinterest

64. Pitney Bowes

65. PNC

66. PwC

67. Publicis Sapient

68. Randstad

69. RingCentral

70. Robert Half International

71. Sanofi

72. SAP

73. ServiceNow

74. Splunk

75. Spotify

76. StanCorp Financial Group

77. Synchrony Financial

78. Target

79. TE Connectivity

80. Tesla

81. Thermo Fisher Scientific

82. Transamerica

83. TransUnion

84. US Bank

85. Under Armour

86. UnitedHealth Group

87. UPMC Health Plan

88. Upwork

89. Verizon

90. Visa

91. VMWare

92. Vox Media

93. Voya Financial

94. Warner Music Group

95. Wayfair

96. Wells Fargo

97. Yelp

98. Zendesk

99. Zillow

100. Zimmer Biomet

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Topics: Diversity, Culture

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