“We at P&G recognize the power that comes from people of diverse backgrounds and experiences coming together around a common goal. Our policy forbids any discrimination, harassment or intimidation because of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability or other non-job-related personal characteristic. Employees are encouraged to bring questions or concerns in this area to their management. Strict disciplinary action for violations of this policy will be taken, including termination of employment.”
In the 2008 HRC Corporate Equality Index, P&G earned a score of 85 — up from 65 in 2006 — the remaining 15 points are because they do not protect based on gender identity/expression. Congratulations, P&G, you likely just earned yourself a 100 in 2010.