Is Green Works really LGBTQ friendly?
Green Works is owned by The Clorox Company
Clorox is a strong supporter of LGBTQ rights. The company offers its employees domestic partner benefits, and it has a long history of participating in and donating to public events and organizations that support LGBTQ rights. Clorox also donates to politicians who support LGBTQ rights legislation.
Does Green Works have inclusive workforce protections?
Green Works has inclusive workforce protections, with policies that include both sexual orientation and gender identity & expression for all operations
Policy includes sexual orientation for all operations
Policy includes gender identity or expression for all operations
Does Green Works offer LGBTQ friendly benefits to its employees?
Green Works has strong and inclusive benefits offering for US Employees.
Health Insurance and other benefits are equivalent when it comes to their coverage of spouses or domestic partners for different-sex and same-sex couples.
At Green Works Transgender individuals are offered equal health coverage, including medically necessary care.
Equal health coverage for transgender individuals without exclusion for medically necessary care
Equivalency in same- and different-sex domestic partner medical and soft benefits
Equivalency in same- and different-sex spousal medical and soft benefits
Does Green Works have an LGBTQ inclusive culture?
Green Works 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.
Green Works 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.
LGBTQ Corporate Social Responsibility
Employee group –or– Diversity council
Three Distinct Efforts of Outreach or Engagement to Broader LGBTQ Community
Three LGBTQ Internal Training and Education Best Practices