Clorox has been recognised for its favorable working conditions by both Glassdoor and the Human Rights Campaign.
The latter awarded Clorox an 100 percent score on its 2017 Corporate Equality Index, which scores companies on their corporate policies related to LGBT equality in the workplace.
“We’re honored to have been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign for our progressive workplace policies and practices for more than a decade now,” said Dawn Willoughby, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President – Cleaning, International and Corporate Strategy, who also serves as executive sponsor of PRIDE, the company’s employee resource group for LGBT employees. “Being named a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality is a reflection of our company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion at all levels — from the grassroots work of our employee and business resource groups to our senior leadership and board of directors. Together, they help create an environment where each and every person can thrive while contributing to the growth of the business.”
Meanwhile, Glassdoor ranked the owner of Burts’ Bees 12th out of 50 listed companies based on overall satisfaction and key workplace factors like career opportunities, compensation, benefits, work-life balance, senior management, and culture and values.
“It’s especially gratifying to be honored by Glassdoor as one of the Best Places to Work in the US because it’s coming from employees themselves,” said Kirsten Marriner, Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer. “Having a culture where people love coming to work, reflected in this award, is among our highest priorities because it not only helps us attract the best candidates but ultimately helps us deliver better business results.”