INDEX RESULTS
Community Business announces the results of Asia's first LGBT Workplace Inclusion Index- including top performing companies and award winners.
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TOP 10 EMPLOYERS IN HONG KONG FOR LGBT
INCLUSION 2015
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Ranked in order of performance, these organsiations achieved the highest scores in the Hong Kong LGBT Workplace Inclusion Index 2015.
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Bronze, Silver and Gold Standard

These organisations achieved a Bronze, Silver or Gold Standard in the Hong Kong LGBT Workplace Inclusion index 2015.*

 

 

 

 

  BNY Mellon, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Ove Arup & Partners, Telstra, UBS, Wells Fargo Bank   Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Credit Suisse,   Herbert Smith Freehills,    Latham & Watkins, MakerBay, State Street          Top 10 Listed above

* Please note, not all companies were willing to be acknowledged, so this may not be the complete list.

Participating Companies
For details on the complete list of Participating Companies, please see the full Hong Kong LGBT Workplace Inclusion Index 2015 Report- available from 29 May 2015.

LGBT AWARDS WINNERS AND FINALISTS


LGBT NETWORK AWARD

To recognise an employee network that has played a proactive role in promoting strong engagement with and commitment to local Hong Kong LGBT employees

Winner:
  • J.P. Morgan PRIDE Hong Kong Chapter
    J.P. Morgan

Finalists:
  • Goldman Sachs Asia ex- Japan LGBT Network, Goldman Sachs
  • HKGALA ( Hong Kong Gay and Lesbian Attorney's Network)


LGBT INCLUSION CHAMPION AWARD

To recognise an employee based in Hong Kong who has taken proactive and effective steps to create an LGBT inclusive culture in the organsiation.

Winner:
  • Steven Chan
    Vice President, Head of Regulatory, Industry and Government Affairs, Asia Pacific
    State Street Corporation

Finalists:
  • Paul Choi, Executive Director, Human Capital Management Division, Goldman Sachs
  • Tracy Harris, Vice President, Asia Pacific, J.P. Morgan


LGBT EXECUTIVE SPONSOR AWARD

To recognise a senior executive sponsor based in Hong Kong who has spoken up and used his/her influence to promote LGBT inclusion internally and/or externally.

Winner:
  • Laurence Bailey
    Managing Director, Asia Pacific
    J.P. Morgan

Finalists:
  • Justin D'Agostino, Global Head of Practice- Dispute Resolution, and Regional Managing Partner- Asia Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Noel Quinn, General Manager, Regional Head of Commerical Banking, Asia Pacific
    HSBC


LGBT COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARD
Sponsored by Goldman Sachs

To recognise a community-based LGBT initiative that has had a significant positive impact in promoting LGBT inclusion in Hong Kong in 2014

Winner:
  • Project Touch
    Boys' and Girl' Clubs Association of Hong Kong

Finalists:
  • Les Peches Events 2014, Les Peches
  • Pink Season 2014, Pink Alliance
  • Transgender Public Education and Advocacy Project, Transgender Resource Centre


LGBT TRAILBLAZER AWARD

A special one-off award to recognise an individual who has pioneered the way for LGBT inclusion in Hong Kong, and inspired and supported others to follow.

Winner:
  • Stephen Golden
    Head of Global Leadership & Diversity, Asia Pacific, Goldman Sachs


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The full Hong Kong LGBT Workplace Inclusion Index 2015 Report, presenting the consolidated findings from the Index submissions and providing a valuable benchmark for all companies committed to creating inclusive workplaces for LGBT employees in Hong Kong, is available for purchase and download on the Community Business website from 29 May 2015.

 

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