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                    JULY 2019

Hey <<First Name>>,


Pride month has ended, but we can still celebrate all the effort companies are making to integrate diversity and inclusion into their business practices. Today, it is more important than ever, for organizations to empower their employees with the opportunity to be authentic and embraced in the workplace.

This month, we are featuring the Best LGBT Friendly Companies in Arizona. We also give tips on how to talk about diversity in an interview. Furthermore, you'll also find an insightful article about the signs of a toxic work environment.

Relax under a shady spot and enjoy this 17-minute read!


- Denise Gredler, CEO & Founder

Diversity and Inclusion is a buzz phrase that is often thrown around in the Human Resources industry. This catchphrase is used to measure company demographics and employee engagement. However, this HR initiative transcends beyond statistics and numbers. For select groups, initiatives that ensure inclusion, equal opportunities, and safety are invaluable.

BestCompaniesAZ is proud to acknowledge and recognize a few of the best LGBT friendly companies who have invoked initiatives to create a safe and inclusive environment for its LGBT employees. Take a look!

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Are you a multicultural job seeker, military veteran, part of the LGBT+ community or have a disability? More than ever before, the answer is likely to be “yes.” Increasingly, employers pay attention to diversity and inclusion — so candidates should know how to talk about diversity in an interview setting.

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5 Signs of a Toxic Work Environment for Diverse Employees

It’s no secret that the celebrated, modern workplace includes all kinds of inclusion and diversity initiatives. After all, report after report shows that diversity strengthens an organization’s innovation and competitive edge.

Diversity is in one word: advantageous. It is also in two words: slightly complicated. Why? It all comes down to how well its managed.

Even if corporate HR policies are in place, it may not always feel that way at the individual level. A toxic work environment can undermine any higher level initiatives to make all employees feel comfortable at work. So, how do you know if you’re experiencing the negative effects of a toxic work environment? Here’s what to look for!

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