October 11 is National Coming Out Day. Andrea Rowley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Chief HR Officer and Chief Diversity Officer, shares what Entergy is doing to make all employees feel safe when they come to work.
The company's commitment to disability inclusion policies and practices earned a high score.
The index measures companies' performance in organizational culture, leadership, accessibility, employment, community engagement, support services and supplier diversity.
The honor recognizes Entergy's commitment to provide sustainable value for our stakeholders by empowering communities through economic growth and job creation.
This award recognizes the positive impact Entergy's commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive work culture has made on employees and in our communities through numerous initiatives, including EnACT and the employee resource groups.
Entergy has been recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine as one of its 2017 50 Best Companies for Diversity for the fourth consecutive year.
The annual survey rates U.S. corporations on their nondiscrimination policies on sexual orientation and gender identity and serves as the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.
In support of Entergy’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, employees are recognizing National Coming Out Day by sharing their personal stories on Entergy’s employee website of coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or as an ally.
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council recently presented Entergy with the America's Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises award.