Here are some companies that support gender equity and employee well-being:
SAS is a software company very devoted to providing employees with a supportive work environment. According to SAS.com, “SAS has earned a reputation of prioritizing employee well-being and providing…equitable rewards and an inclusive work environment for LGBTQ+ employees.” SAS treats all employees well, be they man, woman, or anyone in between, and you should definitely consider working there if you value gender equity and your wellbeing. If you want to explore SAS’s career options and products and services, visit their website here.
Bank of America is willing to go to great lengths to support working women. According to ripplematch.com, “The company rebuilt its practices from the ground up, starting with mandatory diverse hiring guidelines to recruit a wider range of job candidates and continuing with regular conversations and employee surveys to make sure careers are on track.” This has resulted in many more women getting a chance to fill leadership roles, so definitely consider working for or banking at Bank of America. If you want to explore Bank of America’s career options and products and services, visit their website here.
The hotel company Hilton is also a very gender equitable and positive workplace. According to greatplacestowork.com, “…93% of employees at Hilton say it is a great place to work…” Hilton has also created a conference called Women@Hilton to support diversity of employees and create an accepting work environment. Due to being a hotel company, Hilton offers a variety of jobs, from leadership to cooking and anything in between, so Hilton might be your next great workplace. If you want to explore Hilton’s career options and products and services, visit their website here.
It’s important to note that these companies are by no means the only ones that support gender equity and employee well-being. ripplematch.com has a list of 28 gender equitable companies for you to check out, and there are plenty of resources for you to check out if you are interested.
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