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Fortunemagazines 500 largest publicly-traded companies, whichcollectively employ nearly 25 million people, have made significant strides in advancing equal protections and benefits for their lesbian, gay,bisexual, transgender and queer employees. The more successful the company (and the higher the rank on the Fortune list), the more likely the company is to have these protections and benefits in place.

(91 percent) prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation,

(83 percent) prohibit discrimination based on gender identity, compared to just three in 2000

The higher a company ranks on Fortune magazines list of the most successful businesses, the more likely it is to provide comprehensive protections and benefits to LGBTQ employees. AmongFortunemagazines 10 largest publicly-traded companies:

prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation,

prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and

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