EA once again earns perfect score in LGBT workplace equality

Eight months after losing the dubious title of 'Worst Company in America' for the first time in three years, Human Rights Campaign has recognized EA for its commitment to promoting LGBT equality by awarding the publisher a 100 percent score in its latest Corporate Equality Index. This marks the third consecutive year in which EA has earned a perfect score.

EA cites an expanded presence at numerous Pride Parades throughout the past year as well as its long-running commitment to barring any sort of discrimination from its offices as key to being recognized by the HRC for a third straight year. "We are very honored to be recognized again as a 'Best Place to Work'," said EA's head of diversity and inclusion Andre Chambers. "We believe that fostering an inclusive environment helps us to create great games, and represent our diverse set of players and I'm proud to work at a company that has strong employee values."

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