For the 7th year in a row, Tesla receives a perfect score for LGBTQ+ Equality
As per the news floating around the internet, we came to know that from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, it claims that when the 2022 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) results were released, Tesla is once again one of the Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality. Tesla’s CEI rating for 2022 is the manufacturer’s seventh consecutive high HRC rating.
The HRC Foundation’s CEI serves as a nationwide benchmarking tool for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer employees’ policies, practices, and benefits. According to HRC, in 2022, 842 firms that met all of the requirements achieved a perfect score and the title of Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality. According to the statement, employers with the highest CEI ratings come from practically every industry and area in the United States.
Furthermore, these companies have made significant steps to design and implement comprehensive policies, benefits, and procedures that promote greater equity for LGBTQ+ employees and their families to obtain top rankings. For the seventh year in a row, Tesla has been named one of the Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality, achieving 100 out of 100 available points.
As per the sources, we also came to know that the Workforce Protections mandates that all operations have a documented anti-discrimination policy that includes both “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” In their nondiscrimination policy, 99.8% of CEI participants stated that they include a sexual orientation clause. It is a low-cost, high-return proposition for businesses to offer LGBTQ+ inclusive benefits to employees and their families through Inclusive Benefits.
Finally, because “policy does not equal practice,” as the report concludes, Encouraging an Inclusive Culture and Corporate Social Responsibility guarantees that laws and perks crucial to LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace are implemented. On the other hand, the other automakers on the list did fairly well. Ford received a score of 90, ten points higher than last year. GM and Volkswagen both retained their 90-point scores from the previous year.