Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

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The Stonewall Workplace Equality Index is a ranking list of British employers compiled annually by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality charity and training provider Stonewall. It is advertised as a "definitive list showcasing the best employers for lesbian, gay, bi and trans staff".

Companies are not automatically included in the list but have to opt in by forwarding detailed documentation to Stonewall; the number actually participating is between 400 and 500 of which only the ranking of the top 100 is made public.

The algorithm used to compile the list is not disclosed to the public, but Stonewall claims to have surveyed 91,248 employees directly for the 2017 edition of the list.

The index was launched in 2005 as the Corporate Equality Index, changing its name to Workplace Equality Index in 2006.

Results[edit]

Year Winner Number of
Entrants
2017[1] Lloyds Banking Group 439
2016[2] MI5 415
2015[3] Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 397
2014[4] Gentoo 369
2013 [5] Accenture 376
2012 [6] Ernst & Young 363
2011 Home Office 378
2010 IBM 352
2009 Lloyds TSB 317
2008 Nacro 241
2007 IBM 201
2006 Staffordshire Police 164
2005 British Council

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