Is Fast Fixin' really LGBTQ friendly?
Fast Fixin' is owned by Tyson Foods
Tyson Foods has made progress in recent years in terms of its equality and inclusion initiatives for LGBTQ+ employees, but it still has some work to do in order to achieve the top score from the CEI index by the Human Rights Campaign. In particular, the company lags behind in offering equivalency in same- and different-sex domestic partner medical and soft benefits for its employees.
Does Fast Fixin' offer LGBTQ friendly benefits to its employees?
Fast Fixin' does provide some inclusive benefits as part of their offering for US Employees, in terms of health Insurance equality for spouses or domestic partners for different-sex and same-sex couples, or equal health coverage for transgender individuals.
Does Fast Fixin' have inclusive workforce protections?
Fast Fixin' has inclusive workforce protections, with policies that include both sexual orientation and gender identity & expression for all operations
Does Fast Fixin' have an LGBTQ inclusive culture?
Fast Fixin' has shown sustained commitment to diversity through several initiatives like training for new hires and employees, executives performance tied to diversity goals, and policies that support an inclusive culture around gender identity and self expression.
Fast Fixin' has employee groups and/or diversity councils within the company to support LGBTQ employees, and has several programs around hiring, supplier selection, marketing, and philanthropy to support LBBTQ individuals, causes, and organizations.
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Human Rights Campaign report on Tyson Foods
Tyson Foods has achieved a score of 90/100 on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index by the Human Rights Campaign.
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