MGM Receives 100 Score for LGBT Employment Equality

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This week it was revealed that the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Quality Index has given MGM Resorts a perfect 100 score, which certifies the group as being a great place to work if you're in the LGBTQ community.

The score indicates that MGM is a good place to work for LGBTQ individuals, and comes after the company's policies, benefits, protections, health care benefits, public outreach, and competency was analyzed. The 100 score indicates that MGM is doing their best in all aspects of the operation in relation to LGBTQ employees.

Speaking about the score, MGM Resorts International Executive CP & Corporate Responsibility Officer Phyllis James noted: "At MGM Resorts we have a long-standing history of making Diversity and Inclusion a priority, we put the action behind our words and we will continue to stand with the LGBTQ community."

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7 April 2019 - 3:47pm
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It's very nice to read news like this. Equality should be a norm, not something we should be surprised to see. Regardless, it's good that a company is doing their best to treat everyone equally.

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10 April 2019 - 5:56pm
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So..w.here to apply my CV?! 😉

It's always nice to hear that a profitable company like this is not just concerned of their profits and higher level staff but also for all the employees as croupier's, waitresses or even the cleaners if you will..usually low paid and underestimated positions...and some of these people have work really hard...so they deserve a respectful treatment good working conditions and an adequate wage...saying all that cause it's often not the case at least here and I guess in few other countries over the world as well.