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AIG is a global insurance company that provides a range of insurance products and services to support our clients in business and in life. AIG is one of the largest companies specialising in the UK business insurance market and are committed to helping clients and communities reduce their risk, recover from setbacks and realise their dreams.
Through our D&I framework, BeingYou@AIG, we focus on being a workplace where people feel they belong. We have visible LGBT leaders and an active employee network who work internally and externally to instigate powerful discussions and increase awareness of LGBT issues.
At Amazon, we want to ensure everybody feels welcome and comfortable to be their authentic selves from day one. Amazon’s long-term commitment to LGBT+ diversity and inclusion includes support from our employee affinity group Glamazon, which helped launch new guidance for transgender employees. In 2019, we kicked off the LGBT+ Reading Roadshow, visiting secondary schools around the country to celebrate the importance of diversity and inclusion through literature. And we actively promote success stories of our LGBT+ employees. We’re excited to continue building the most inclusive culture in the world through knowledge sharing, employee support and creative initiatives.
FundApps is bringing compliance kicking and screaming into the 21st century! Founded in 2010, we’ve remained completely bootstrapped and profitable without a penny of funding since day one. We provide RegTech services to automate some of the most complex tasks in financial compliance for leading financial institutions across the globe. A certified B-Corporation, we are based in London, New York and Singapore with a truly global team of 70 FundAppers (and 30 nationalities!). We believe in business being a force for good and measure ourselves not just on our financial success, but also our environmental, people and community performance.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation, is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 20 premier brands. As of September 30, 2019, the Hyatt portfolio included more than 875 properties in over 60 countries across six continents. Hyatt’s commitment to inclusion and diversity is grounded in the company’s purpose – to care for people so they can be their best. By embedding inclusion & diversity into the global business strategy, Hyatt continues to leverage and maintain strong leadership support, a compelling business relevance and action plans that lead to attraction, engagement, retention and advancement for colleagues. A key part of this strategy has been the establishment of Diversity Business Resource Groups (DBRGs). HyPride is one of Hyatt’s largest and most active employee resource groups for members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community with over 30 global chapters including the HyPride UK Chapter.
Just Eat operates a leading global hybrid marketplace for online food delivery. Founded in Denmark in 2001, Just Eat has grown from an ambitious crew of 15 to a passionate team of more than 3,600 colleagues across 13 countries.
We wouldn’t be where we are without the awesome people that make Just Eat what it is; and supporting them to bring their full selves to work is essential to our success. Just Eat’s LGBT+ and Allies network, sponsored by the CEO, aims to do just that by encouraging an open and inclusive culture for LGBT+ Just Eaters globally.
Ranked in Stonewall Top 50 five years running, and noted for its award-winning LGBT+ network (Breathe), KPMG stands out as the only UK firm to have developed its own LGBT-inclusive leadership certification. This provides unparalleled opportunity for all colleagues to transform themselves, the workplace, marketplace and community, helping achieve the vision of inclusion for everyone. Uniquely, KPMG links its award-winning social mobility work with LGBT advancement (recognising the interrelationship), and strong collaboration across employee networks enables colleagues to celebrate all aspects of diversity. Through practical initiatives (for example LGBT-inclusive policies, rainbow lanyards, gender-neutral toilets and an LGBT charity of the year), KPMG is recognised as one of the UK’s leading LGBT-inclusive employers.
Lloyd’s is the world’s leading insurance and reinsurance marketplace. Through the collective intelligence and risk-sharing expertise of the market’s underwriters and brokers, Lloyd’s helps to create a braver world.
Lloyd’s provides insight to anticipate and understand risk, and the knowledge to develop relevant and innovative forms of insurance for customers globally.
It offers the efficiencies of shared resources, in a marketplace that covers risks from more than 200 territories, in any industry, at any scale.
It promises a trusted partnership, built on the confidence that Lloyd’s protects what matters most: helping to recover in times of need by sharing risk to protect, build resilience and inspire courage everywhere.
Mace is an international consultancy and construction company, founded and built on exceptional people, a commitment to service excellence and a deep-rooted entrepreneurial spirit.
We employ over 6,300 people across five global hubs, with a turnover of £2.35bn. We develop, consult, construct and operate some of the world’s most inspiring projects and programmes.
For more than 28 years our adventurous spirit has driven us to do things better and drive change through our industry. We champion people, whether as individuals or teams. We challenge convention, apply a can do attitude and are committed to quality and service excellence.
Sky is Europe’s leading direct-to-consumer media and entertainment company with employees across the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain and Italy. Its UK and Ireland LGBT+@Sky network has over 2000 members, with dedicated champions, allies and activists driving the inclusion agenda to make Sky the best place to work.
Sky is proud to be recognised as the number 1 UK media company for inclusion by Stonewall and has been recognised as the number 1 inclusive employer according to Inclusion Companies. Our latest campaigns include Rainbow Laces, partnerships with Gaydio and Attitude as well as the creation of on demand content to showcase LGBT+ stories, movies and talent via our boxes and apps.
Our ambition is to be admired as the industry leader in the UK and Ireland for inclusion, both on screen and behind the scenes.
While London’s Victorian sewers are still in excellent condition, the city’s growing population means they are full to capacity and regularly spill raw sewage into the River Thames. Tideway is the company building London’s new super sewer, a 25km tunnel from west to east London that will prevent sewage pollution in the river and help create a cleaner, healthier environment for London. With 24 sites across London, construction started in 2016 and is due for completion in 2024. Inclusivity is at the heart of Tideway’s values. Our staff led network, Encompass, continuously works to make the company and the wider construction industry more inclusive for the LGBT+ community through a range of events and activities.