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News: UK

Thu 17 Jan, 2013
By Darren Waite


We are delighted to have been selected as Stonewall Employer of the Year. It is an honour.

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Stonewall today have released their TOP 100 Employers of LGBT staff and Gay friendly companies.

The Stonewall Top 100 Employers 2013, is the definitive list of Britain’s most gay-friendly workplaces. The rankings showcase the achievements of employers submitting to the Workplace Equality Index.


The number one TOP SPOT this year goes to Accenture UK and Ireland

'We are delighted to have been selected as Stonewall Employer of the Year.

It is an honour. This award is great recognition for the individuals and groups, like our LGBT network, who devote their time and energy to making Accenture a great place to work and an organisation we can all take pride in.'

Oliver Benzecry, Managing Director of Accenture in the UK and Ireland


The following are the Stonewall Top 100 Employers in Britain
for lesbian, gay and bisexual people in 2013

2 Gentoo
3 The Co-operative
4 Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
5 Home Office
6 Ernst & Young
7 Barclays
8 IBM
9 Simmons & Simmons
10 Metropolitan
11 = Environment Agency for England and Wales
11 = University of Cambridge
13 Goldman Sachs
14 Lloyds Banking Group
15 = Brighton & Hove City Council
15 = Hampshire Constabulary
17 North Wales Police
18 South Wales Police
19 Baker & McKenzie LLP
20 Leicestershire County Council
21 Bristol City Council
22 = London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
22 = Pinsent Masons
24 = Department of Health
24 = St Mungo's
26 = National Assembly for Wales
26 = The Security Service (MI5)
28 = Liverpool John Moores University
28 = Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service
30 = Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
30 = HM Revenue & Customs
32 = Aviva
32 = Morgan Stanley
32 = Newham College of Further Education
35 = Core Assets Group
35 = South East Coast Ambulance Service
37 = Bury Council
37 = Genesis Housing Association
37 = Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
40 = Derby City Council
40 = Hogan Lovells
40 = London Borough of Tower Hamlets
40 = Office for National Statistics
40 = Serious Organised Crime Agency
45 = Birmingham City Council
45 = Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service
45 = Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service
45 = University of the West of England
49 = Clydesdale Bank
49 = London Borough of Islington
51 Plus Dane Group
52 Eversheds LLP
53 = Hertfordshire County Council
53 = University College London
55 = Cardiff University
55 = Crown Prosecution Service
55 = Suffolk Constabulary
58 = Cheshire Constabulary
58 = Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
58 = University of Liverpool
61 Creative Skillset
62 CMS Cameron McKenna
63 = ITV plc
63 = London Borough of Waltham Forest
63 = Procter & Gamble
63 = Royal Air Force
63 = Warwickshire County Council
68 = British Transport Police
68 = Citizens Advice
68 = Dyfed Powys Police
68 = Leicestershire Constabulary
72 = Irwin Mitchell Solicitors
72 = Victim Support
74 = Derbyshire County Council
74 = Leeds City Council
76 = Department for Work and Pensions
76 = KPMG LLP
78 = London Borough of Hackney
78 = PricewaterhouseCoopers
78 = South Essex Homes
78 = West Sussex County Council
82 = Deloitte
82 = Manchester City Council
82 = Rugby Football League
82 = Your Homes Newcastle
86 = Kent Community Health NHS Trust
86 = Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
88 = Lothian & Borders Fire and Rescue Service
88 = Sheffield City Council
88 = West Yorkshire Probation Trust
91 = Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service
91 = National Audit Office
93 = Arts Council England
93 = East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
93 = Nationwide Building Society
93 = Sussex Police
97 = Gwent Police
97 = J.P. Morgan
97 = Royal Bank of Scotland Group
100 Northwards Housing

*N.B. Those with = signs have joint ranking by score

 

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