Sodexo Named One of the 2009 DiversityInc Top Ten Employers for LGBT Workers

April 2009
Echelon Intel;4/30/2009, p6
The article reports on the inclusion of integrated food and facilities management services Sodexo in the 2009 DiversityInc list of top 10 employers for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the U.S. Its recognition was partly attributed to increased outreach and partnerships with non-profit organizations supporting LGBT individuals. Out of 401 applicant firms, the company was placed in the number seven spot. Among the domestic partner benefits offered by Sodexo are bereavement leave and relocation assistance.


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