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Welcome to the Stonewall Top 100 Employers 2014, the definitive list of Britain's most gay-friendly workplaces. The rankings showcase the achievements of employers submitting to the Workplace Equality Index.

Stonewall's Top 100 Employers 2014

1 Gentoo
2 Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
3 The Co-operative
4 Accenture
5 = EY
5 = Home Office
7 IBM
8 = Simmons & Simmons
8 = Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service
10 Barclays

11 = Leicestershire County Council
11 = National Assembly for Wales
11 = St Mungo's
14 Morgan Stanley
15 = Bristol City Council
15 = Derbyshire County Council
15 = Lloyds Banking Group
18 Environment Agency
19 = Baker & McKenzie LLP
19 = London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
19 = North Wales Police
19 = South Wales Police

 

Peter Walls and Lucy Malarkey discuss the work Gentoo has done to be named the Employer of the Year in the 2014 Workplace Equality Index.                Claudia Brind-Woody discusses the work that IBM has done over the past year that's enabled it to be named Global Employer of the Year in the 2014 Workplace Equality Index.
Peter Walls, Lucy Malarkey    Claudia Brind-Wy 

 

23 Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust              
24 Metropolitan
25 = Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service
25 = Liverpool John Moores University
25 = Newcastle City Council
25 = The Security Service (MI5)
29 Leicestershire Police
30 = CMS Cameron McKenna
30 = Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service
30 = Herbert Smith Freehills
30 = Your Homes Newcastle
34 Department of Health
35 = Crown Prosecution Service
35 = Hogan Lovells
35 = Ministry of Defence
35 = Office for National Statistics
35 = University of the West of England
40 Royal Bank of Scotland Group

41 = Cheshire Constabulary
41 = Creative Skillset
41 = London Borough of Waltham Forest
44 Tower Hamlets Homes
45 = Department for Work and Pensions
45 = Derby City Council
45 = Eversheds LLP
45 = Genesis Housing Association
45 = Pinsent Masons
45 = West Yorkshire Probation Trust
51 Action for Children
52 = Cardiff University
52 = Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
54 = Bury Council
54 = Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service                         
54 = PwC
57 University of Liverpool
58 = Irwin Mitchell Solicitors
58 = London Borough of Tower Hamlets
58 = Suffolk Constabulary

 

Andy Woodfield, PwC Partner, Head of International Development Consulting talks about the work he's done to be named Senior Champion of the Year 2014                 Andrew Murphy and Tracy Ward from Leicestershire County Council talk about the work the LGBT Workers' Group has done to be named Employee Network Group of the Year
     
Andy Woodfield   Andrew Murphy, Tracy Ward

61 = Riverside
61 = South East Coast Ambulance Service         
61 = Suffolk County Council                                     
64 West Sussex County Council
65 Clydesdale Bank
66 = Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
66 = Hertfordshire County Council
66 = Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust
66 = London Borough of Hackney
66 = London Borough of Islington
66 = Norton Rose Fulbright
72 = Land Registry
72 = Northumbria Probation Trust
72 = South Tyneside Homes
72 = Victim Support
76 = Core Assets Group
76 = Leeds City Council
76 = Transport for London
79 = The Army
79 = Royal Navy
79 = Tate
82 = Newham College of Further Education
82 = Sheffield City Council
82 = Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
82 = University of Sheffield                                      

 

*N.B. Those with = signs have joint ranking by score

86 = Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust  
86 = Citi
86 = Nationwide Building Society
86 = Nottingham City Homes
90 American Express
91 = Aviva
91 = Birmingham City Council
91 = Somerset College
91 = Sussex Police
91 = Touchstone
96 = Citizens Advice
96 = County Durham and Darlington Foundation Trust
96 = Dyfed Powys Police
96 = Plus Dane Group
100 Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust                 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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